Hampshire pottery was made in Keene, New Hampshire, between 1871 and 1923. Hampshire developed a line of colored glazed wares as early as 1883, including a Royal Worcester-type pink, olive green, blue, and mahogany. Pieces are marked with the printed mark or the impressed name Hampshire Pottery or J.S.T. & Co., Keene, N.H. (Jamees Scollay Taft). Many pieces were marked with city names and sold as souvenirs. Hampshire Pottery was one of the American makers of majolica.