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Vintage Cameron Blue Tulip Service Set

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Vintage Cameron Blue Tulip Service Set -  $22.00

I had the Cream & Sugar Set for a while waiting to find the teapot. Hurrah! I found the teapot. The salesperson told me it was "Vintage Dutch Country." (Penn Dutch) Now I know that was wrong and I'd like to tell you what I learned. Sorry if I have mislead anyone.

After a chat with Margo from California I nudged myself into doing some research. First I found that the pieces were made by Cronin of Ohio. Then after more poking around and I found they were often mistaken for Cronin but were really Cameron Clay Products of Cameron, West Virginia. (See quote below)  

Tulip items are sometimes but not always marked. Cameron Clay Products made pieces in this pattern as promotions for A&P Grocery Stores.

No chips, dings, cracks or crazing. Lovely, lovely. Keep or Give as a gift.

Maker's Mark shown in last photo.

Teapot is 9 1/2" wide by 5" tall
Sugar Bowl is 5 1/4" wide by 3 1/2" tall
Creamer is 4 3/4" wide by 3 1/8" at the lip

Taken from article by Rex Butler, Antique Trader.
I have “discovered” Cameron Clay Products. I know exactly how Pamela Coates felt when she wrote, “I feel it is now McCoy’s turn to take its rightful place in the world of antiques,” when she “discovered” McCoy pottery. In her book, “The Real McCoy,” she even lists The Antique Trader as the first trade publication to list McCoy as American art pottery.

The feeling I have is not about McCoy, though, but rather an unknown pottery in West Virginia.

Cameron Clay Products was founded in Cameron, West Virginia, in 1936 and destroyed by fire in 1964. In its 28 years of operation, the firm produced some amazing art pottery. Often their pieces are confused with Hull, Shawnee or McCoy. The “Tulip Ware” long-associated with Cronin Pottery of Minerva, Ohio, has been proven to be manufactured by Cameron Clay Products.

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