New Jersey Pottery Company - Info?

by Jessica Buczek
(Des Plaines, IL)

I have a bowl that belonged to my grandmother. The bottom says New Jersey Pottery Co. China. I would like some information about this piece please.

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Jan 26, 2020
Two Companies
by: Stephanie

There is some confusion as there are two companies being referred to. New Jersey Pottery Company

is not the same is New Jersey CHINA Pottery Company, which is the piece you have. The marks are different.

You may have already figured this out. If not, I hope it helps.

Jun 06, 2019
small pitcher NEW
by: Shirley

I have a small pitcher, about 5 inches high, with the New Jersey Pottery Co. logo and also written China on the bottom. It is white (or off white) with a green floral pattern on each side. I'd like to enter it as an antique piece in our State Fair this summer. Any information you can give would be greatly appreciated.

Dec 15, 2015
Nice NEW
by: Anonymous

This information is about the New Jersey Pottery Company. This company is very impressive and we their all stuff are made with best quality material.
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Nov 10, 2014
New Jersey Pottery Co. NEW
by: Lee

I have a coffee or tea cup nor sure with the same markings. For several years, I worked in Trenton, Trenton was known for glass and pottery.

May 24, 2013
Please Read NEW
by: James Marks

i have ten plates and ten cups with the same stamp on the bottom, with gold leaf.

Dec 31, 2012
Information NEW
by: Aimee

Hi, I came across your post while looking up my own information for a piece of pottery I have from this same company. I live in NJ so I was able to have an idea where I needed to look.

The information I found was from the Trenton Historical Society and this is what they say about it:


The New Jersey Pottery Co. was organized in 1869, at Trenton, and in 1883 the name was changed to the Union Pottery Co. The products were cream-colored and white granite wares. During the Presidential campaign of 1880 this company issued a series of plates with overglaze printed portraits of the candidates. The mark was printed in black beneath the glaze.

So, I believe the pieces we have are from 1869-1883.

Have a great day!



Jul 04, 2012
NJ Pottery Company NEW
by: Cardinal

Since there is no response to the previous questions regarding NJ Pottery Company, could someone please suggest another way to find out the value of a bowl, probably made in the early 1900's? Thank you.

Jun 24, 2012
I saw a dish set with this stamp and am also interestef NEW
by: Bonnie

Is there value to this pottery?

Jun 16, 2012
New Jersey Pottery Co. NEW
by: Mary

I also have a piece with the same stamp, it is a large pitcher and I'm also looking for information

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