Q: My old creamer is marked with the outline of what looks like Ohio and the words “Leigh Ware by Leigh Potters, Inc., U.S.A.” inside. Underneath that it says, “Patent applied for, warranted 22K gold.” Is this worth anything?
A: Leigh Potters was in business in Alliance, Ohio from 1926 to 1931. The company’s mark is outlined by the shape of the state of Ohio. Leigh Potters made dinnerware, kitchenware and decorative art ware. Your creamer is part of a set of dishes and has a low value if it’s not partnered with the sugar bowl. Price: under $20.