Muncie Pottery, first known as the Muncie Clay Products Company, was founded in 1922, in Muncie, Indiana, by Charles Benham.
They produced pottery mainly for florists and gift shops. The produced high, matte and drip glaze pottery. In 1929, designer Reuben Haley introduced a new Spanish line and the Ruba Rombic line, similar to designs used by Consolidated Glass Company.
Muncie Pottery closed down in 1939, mainly due to problems brought on by the Great Depression.
Muncie Pottery Marks
Numbers and letters – example: 2B
Muncie Pottery Patterns, Lines
Popular Muncie Pottery
Vases – bud vase
Muncie Pottery Value, Price Guide
Mid $ – Mid $,$$$