Collection: Redware, Yellowware & Mochaware Pottery

Selection of earthenware potteries including but not limited to;

  • Redware utilizing red to pinkish clay made as early as the late 1600s by American colonists. Red color due to the amount of iron in clay.
  • Yellowware utilizing buff to yellow-orange clay made between the 1850s to early 1900s in New England, New York and Pennsylvania. Ohio eventually became the center of yellowware pottery manufacturing.
  • Mocha often referred to as mochaware is a type of dipped ware made in England between 1780 and 1840s for export and was one of the cheapest decorated-ware available.