Earthenware Ceramics

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Paul Revere Pottery, a woman-run American pottery, created Earthenware Ceramics in the 1900s. The Pottery was founded under the Saturday evening girls club, a reading group consisting of young working women. The goal was to introduce immigrant women to the United States and American culture. The earthenware ceramics were functional, complex, and reflected the Art Nouveau style.

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1910s

1920s

1930s

1940s

MATERIAL

Ceramic

CATEGORY

Tableware

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Alvar Aalto

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