Niloak Pottery


Niloak Pottery was founded in 1911, in Benton, Arkansas and made by Eagle Pottery Company from 1909 until 1946. Niloak is Kaolin spelled backwards, the fine clay used in production. The company fell on hard times and closed in 1918 but reopened a few years later in 1921, adding more lines.

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They produced art pottery using clay with colored swirls and a soft matte finish called Mission Swirl, developed by Charles Hyten and Arthur Dovey. The pottery was made in a counter-clockwise direction in usually red, blue, tan or brown colors. By 1931, they started making castware called Hywood Art Pottery.

Niloak Pottery Marks
Hywood on Hywood Art Pottery items
Niloak

Niloak Pottery Patterns
Hywood Art Pottery
Hywood By Niloak
Mission Swirl
Missionware

Popular Niloak Pottery
Art Pottery
Castware
Vases

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


6 Comments

  1. Virginia October 8, 2016

    I have a Niloak pink fish vintage planter that is marked on the bottom, where do I find the value of this piece?

  2. Terry Muir August 27, 2016

    I have a very old blue shoe with a curled up toe vase or planter with Niloak on the bottom. customer said it was his mothers and she is ninety years old, do you have any info.

  3. Albert lee December 18, 2015

    email me a . albertlee1976@gmail.com I have a 9 piece set of niloak I’m wanting to sell and find a marketable value for. email or text me… 5013515481 I live in Benton ar. where it was mad .

  4. carroll redd September 16, 2015

    I have a 41/2 in.vase from nioak pottery signed by virgina tayor 1942 #47 do you know anything about thisitem? thank you

  5. Diane September 15, 2015

    Hello, I bought a book on niloak pottery. It has photos & prices. If you send me some pictures of it I will look it up for you. I will take some pictures of the vase in the book & the price & then you can go from there.
    Diane

  6. Beth Rider September 7, 2015

    I have 19″ niloak mission swirl pot, where can I find a value?

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