Publication: China, Glass & Lamps
Pittsburgh, PA, United States
To Sue Brunt Pottery.
Announcement has been made by H. N. Harker, of the Harker Pottery Co., of East Liverpool, and W. L. Smith, of the Taylor, Smith & Taylor Pottery Co., of Chester, through their attorneys, that they as trustees, will offer for sale the William Brunt Pottery Co., in East Liverpool, on April 16 next. The property has been appraised at $30,000, and they cannot sell it for less than two-thirds of the appraised value. The trustees will also sell the equipment of the pottery on the same date. The announcement says:
"This pottery has been in active operation until quite recently and is in good order and repair. An excellent opportunity is here afforded for anyone desiring to manufacture either white granite, semi-porcelain or electric specialties. The pottery is what is known as a seven-kiln pottery, having that number of full size ware kilns and other complement of decorating kilns and other requirements."
|Keywords:||William Brunt Pottery Company : William Brunt and Company|
|Researcher notes:||The William Brunt Pottery was run by William Brunt from 1847-1856 with his son Henry joining him 1856-1895. The company was also known as the Riverside Knob Works making door knobs and electrical porcelain. William H. Brunt ran the pottery until his death in early 1912. The plant was then sold to William S. Brunt until it was taken over in 1917 by General Porcelain Co.|
|Date completed:||January 24, 2007 by: Elton Gish;|