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While Teco's matte glazes are of consistent, high quality the true attraction of Teco pottery rests with the uniqueness and creativity of the various forms.Teco pottery forms are typically defined either as geometric, organic or architectural. Share your passion for Roseville Pottery with others by posting photos of and stories about your collection. Search our photo library for help identifying a piece.In 1898, they purchased the Clark Stoneware Company in Zanesville, and moved the headquarters there.The Rozane line was designed to compete against Rookwood Pottery's Standard Glaze, Owens Pottery's Utopian, and Weller Pottery's Louwelsa art lines.The geometric forms with angular handles and buttresses are generally the most sought-after.The Roseville Pottery Company was an American art pottery manufacturer in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Marks typically seen on pottery from this time period usually include the logo, Van Briggle, date, shape number and a Roman numeral.
The Teco pottery line included over 500 designs by 1911. Ads and articles about Teco pottery have been found dating up to about 1923.
Teco Pottery is most famous for simple, matte green glazes which dominates over 90 percent of its pottery.
Some of Teco's matte green glazes exhibit a charcoaling effect in the form of a metallic, black overglaze.
Other successful Teco colors include brown, yellow, blue, pink and maroon.