Radford pottery was made by Alfred Radford in Broadway, Virginia; Tiffin and Zanesville, Ohio; and Clarksburg, West Virginia, from 1891 until 1912. Jasperware, Ruko, Thera, Radura, and Velvety Art Ware were made. The jasperware resembles the famous Wedgwood ware of the same name. Before he started Radford Pottery, Albert Radford was a business manager at Zanesville Art Pottery. Another pottery named Radford worked in England and is not included here.