Haeger Pottery

Haeger Potteries, Inc. was founded in 1871, in Dundee, Illinois, by David Haeger.

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They first started out producing bricks to help rebuild structures damaged by the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, under the name Haeger Brick and Tile Company. 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.

During the 1934 World’s Fair, they had an actual working factory setup, introducing customers to some of the products Haeger made.

In 1938, they introduced the Royal Haeger line in honor of one of their designers, Royal Arden Hickman. It was also the year Edmund Haeger’s son-in-law, Joseph Estes, was promoted to general manager.

In 1947, Eric Olsen joined the company, introducing the Diamond Jubilee line. It was 1950’s modern decor, with figural lamps, mystic priests and more.

Today, Haeger Pottery is still in operation today making lamp bases and florist wares, under the direction of Joseph Estes’ daughter, Alexandra Haeger Estes.

Haeger Pottery Marks
Haeger written on the letter H

Haeger Pottery Patterns, Lines
Diamond Jubilee
Royal Haeger

Popular Haeger Pottery
Lamps – lamp bases, panther tv lamp, tv lamps
Vases – lady head vases

Haeger Pottery Value, Price Guide
Mid $ – Mid $,$$$


  1. betty henwood April 6, 2013

    I have a large brown rooster and chicken,set,with some red on them- with the mark royal haeger- 612 c usa- bought the pair many years ago from a local antique store. .would like to have information and value of the pair–thank you

  2. Cheryl Napier August 5, 2013

    Im cleaning out my moms house she passed away recently and came across a hexagon shape pottery planter/bowl with the diamond pattern. Cream in color. Has the 3 hole markings on bottom for the glazing and a carved out 6 with a stamp “Haeger USA and looks like #793. I am wondering approximately what year this came from or its worth. Thanks so much if you can help me.

  3. Elizabeth Ogren October 14, 2013

    I have a very large planter that I purchased at a auction a couple of years ago. I am unable to find anything that looks like it. It is 16 1/2 inches tall, 16 1/2 inches across the top. The pattern is kind of like a basket but yet not. Top is brown then blue then a brown lace valance type look then blue again, brown the brown with white. Has a leaf patterned roller stand with it. I do have some pictures I could try to send. It also has the name S. Maglio and a Large number 1 on the bottom along with the Haeger name. Thank you

  4. Kevin Kirchgesner December 18, 2013

    I have several Haeger Mandarin Orange pieces to sell. What is the best way to find a buyer?

  5. Marci Coleman April 9, 2014

    I have a haeger pottery that is solid blue and is of a mother with praying hands attached to a cradle planter. Could you tell me when it was made and the approximate value? Thank You.

  6. carol shapiro May 28, 2014

    I have a large very shallow bowl in gold tweed which was my great aunt’s, and would like to known the approx value. It is marked “Royal Haeger 365 c USA. Thanks for your help!

  7. Rebecca Roberts July 29, 2014

    I have a sea foam or mint green colored roundish platter with a dip bowl. The platter has beautiful lattice on the top of it. How much is this worth, I have tried to research and not finding anything that looks like this!

  8. Nancy Samoraj August 4, 2014

    I have a Royal Haeger green duck planter with what I think is an ID number 8945 on the bottom. How much is this worth? I have tried researching this item but cannot find anything. The piece is in relatively good condition with a small chip in the comb of feathers on it’s head which is not visible when on display.

    Thank you,

    Nancy Samoraj

  9. Debbie August 27, 2014

    I have a green I think it’s a planter Haeger 27 USA c on bottom just wondered what it’s worth

  10. Pat November 9, 2014

    I have a 3 tiered planter/server with the number 3833 on the bottom of each bowl, followed it looks like the bowl size. Each bowl is about 3.5″ deep and are 6″, 8″ & 10″ wide at the top edge. The 3 tiers are supported through the centers with a “brass” rod that finishes as spokes at the round base. The color is probably a medium leaf green, a little on the olive side. I would like to have the value, and I am interested is selling.
    Thank you,

  11. amanda dunbar February 20, 2015

    when was my Haeger green 4070 vase likely made?

  12. Charlotte Barton March 10, 2015

    I would like to find out how much my piece is worth….how do I go about doing that?

  13. kathy Stewart-forston May 23, 2015

    I have3 planters by Haeger. Oval green # 40208, lime green rectangle #3846, smaller rectangle green # 3878. Are these of any value ?

  14. Pennye June 30, 2015

    I just acquired a large blue speckled Haeger USA 4295 bowl and pitcher at an auction, it is in excellent condition and I am trying to find out what value if any it has.

  15. Marcia Lansaw July 10, 2015

    i have a light seafoam green color vase slightly speckled with creamy colored pedestal base and inside. It has Haeger USA #71 on the bottom. Would you be able to tell me what it is worth?

    Thank you so much!

  16. Joanne Dodgson July 28, 2015

    I just acquired a black glazed Haeger angel or winged victory about 18″ ? tall. Can you tell me it’s value? Thank you.

  17. Leah Johnson August 7, 2015

    If an email is sent, how long can I expect to it to be before I receive a reply?

  18. Betty Collins August 19, 2015

    I have a a pitcher and bowl Haeger- bottom of pitcher has Haeger in blue, USA #213, bowl has inset hexagon indention in the bottom that the hexagon base of the pitcher exactly fits, bottom of bowl has the copyright of Heager, below that Heager in caps and below that the number 214-USA. In my research I think it might have been made around the time of WWII. I don’t know if the blue print on the pitcher indicates it is from the Royal line introduced in 1938. Size: pitcher 7 1/4 across 9 in. tall, hexagon base; bowl 4 in debt, 9 1/4 in. across. It is heavy. The bowl has a roll edge. Cream in color with bouquet on two sides of bowl and pitcher’s bouquet also on two sides, but somewhat smaller. I would be so appreciative if you could direct me to an historical achieve or give me information as to value. I have had it in my possession for approximately 50 years.

  19. Betty Collins August 19, 2015

    I, sorry, in my comment August 19, 2015 @ 5:57 CST I fail to mention the bouquet’s are of stems of roses, pitcher 2 roses, bowl larger with 3 roses. Also my spelling of archive. Again thank you.

  20. meg October 9, 2015

    I have come across, in my attic, a lovely green haeger bowl. It is 6″x18″ with sloped ends. I have used it in the past for flowers, but know actually know what it is called or originally used for. The number on the bottom is 370. What is it called and what may it be worth? I love it and don’t want to sell, but would like to know the value all the same.
    Thank you.

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