This lasted for about 30 years until 1914, when they turned their attention to making artware, under the direction of Edmund Haeger.
Martin Stangl was one of their first designers, working on Arts & Crafts style wares.
The glaze has a matte quality, rather than the glossy finish found on so many.
value: rarity: Here we have a TV lamp in its natural habitat...perched on top of a vintage television!
Dishes; Hall Aladdin teapot w/infuser; Nippon hat pin holder; heavy ftd silver 10 ½ candlesticks; Fenton baskets; orange German pitcher; 73 moppets couple; Westmoreland glass eggs; rare Masonic symbol tool kit; old beaded collar; vintage English sq.
tray; mug stand; Lefton mini pitcher/bowl; Occupied Japan Swan vase; Marjole in Bastin porc.
tassle vase; Royal Copley lily vase; Cornucopia vase; Niloak pink vase; Red Wing fan vase no.594; Lefton porc.Like many ceramic works, pieces from Haeger Potteries can be identified through distinctive marks and characteristics, including the name of the manufacturer. value: rarity: This Haeger Potteries TV lamp has the distinction of being unusual for two significant reasons.The red glaze (A true red, not maroon) is extremely rare, and the size... Photos courtesy of Dave Heatherly of Granger, Indiana.value: rarity: Often I'll have a feeling about who might have made an unmarked TV lamp, but regarding these fish... I don't see a stylistic similarity between these fish and any other.