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Paul Revere Pottery

Paul Revere pottery was made at several locations in and around Boston, Massachusetts, between 1906 and 1942. The pottery was operated as a settlement house program for teenage girls. Many pieces were signed S.E.G. for Saturday Evening Girls. The artists concentrated on children's dishes and tiles. Decorations were outlined in black and filled with color. Glazes were solid colors with a matte or glossy finish.

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Pattern or Item
Trivet
Description
House In Landscape, Cuerda Seca, Marked, JDM, S.E.G., 5 1/2 In. illustrated
Year Priced
2016
paul-revere-trivet-house-landscape-cuerda-seca-saturday-evening-girls-ra021415-0039.jpg Photo Credit: Rago Arts and Auction Center

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