Hull Pottery was founded in 1907 when Addis E. Hull purchased Acme Pottery (1903-1905) in Zanesville, Ohio. Hull became one of 22 pottery factories operating near Crooksville, Ohio. Originally specializing in stoneware, by 1920 Hull was producing artware, florist pots, kitchenware, tiles and stoneware featuring popular pastel matte finishes. A flood/fire in the 1950s ruined kilns; the new equipment could never duplicate the matte finish. Hull became "glossy." Production ceased in 1985.
Vintage Collectible Hull Pottery Pheasant Sunglow
This Hull Tea Set is in the Magnolia (Pink Gloss) pattern and is in Very Good condition . This is one of the few glossy patterns produced before the 1950 Hull Factory fire. It was made using Pink Clay and cost more to produce than matte Magnolia pieces. This set is complete with the teapot and sugar bowl lids and all trimmed in Gold.
Hull Pottery Co. Tea Set-- Magnolia (Pink Gloss)
Hull Pottery WOODLAND Double Bud Vase W15-8 1/2" Gloss
seller says it’s a 1947 Hull Pottery Mardi Gras-Granada line 9 1-4in tall, 7in wide and 3 3-4in deep. Marked on the bottom USA 216-9
VINTAGE HULL ART DECO POTTERY VASE ~DANCING BLONDE LADY~ with PINK DRESS # 955 USA. stores.ebay.com/...