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Carl Steen
Industrial Pottery in the Old Edgefield District

Ceramics in America 2001

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  • Figure 1
    Figure 1

    Southern Porcelain Company marks. Top: “S.P. Company/Kaolin/ eagle/S.C.” in a shield. Note the hand inscribed “X” on each sherd. Bottom: (Left) Very light mark “S.P./Company/ eagle/Kaolin/S.C.” in a diamond-shaped cartouche. (Center) “S.P./Company/ Kaolin/S.C.” in a shield. (Right) Four lines of print, but only one is legible: “S.C.” The latter is alkaline-glazed stoneware while the others are biscuit. (Courtesy, Diachronic Research.)

  • Figure 2
    Figure 2

    “S.C.P.Co.” mark on biscuit from the kiln. South Carolina Pottery Company. (Courtesy, Diachronic Research.)

  • Figure 3a
    Figure 3a

    Majolica bowl with rose, and biscuit example from the site, marked “S.C.P.Co.” South Carolina Pottery Company. (Courtesy, the Ferrell Collection.)

  • Figure 3b
    Figure 3b

    Majolica bowl with rose, and biscuit example from the site, marked “S.C.P.Co.” South Carolina Pottery Company. (Courtesy, the Ferrell Collection.)

  • Figure 4
    Figure 4

    Majolica bowl with rose, and biscuit example from the site, marked “S.C.P.Co.” South Carolina Pottery Company. (Courtesy, the Ferrell Collection.)