About Muncie Pottery

Muncie Pottery InformationMuncie Pottery started production of art pottery in 1919 as the Muncie Clay Products Company. Muncie Pottery started as a subsidiary of the German-American Clay Company. Muncie Pottery like so many of the other American art pottery companies closed its doors as a victim of the depression in 1939.

Muncie utilized a variety of glazes ranging from quality matte glaze to high gloss, drip glazes. Some of the most sought-after Muncie Pottery examples include the Ruba Rombic and Spanish lines. Both of these scarce patterns were designed by Reuben Haley.

Muncie Pottery can be found both marked and unmarked. Marked examples of Muncie Pottery are usually stamped MUNCIE and/or marked with molder/finisher marks. These marks include combination of letters (A, B, D, E, K, and M) and numbers (I,II, 2, 3, 4 and 5) such as 2-B, D-3, etc.

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