Peters & Reed Pottery was founded in 1900, in South Zanesville, Ohio, by John D. Peters and Adam Reed. They produced flowerpots, jardinieres, cooking ware and more.
In 1912, they introduced their first art pottery line called Moss Aztec, which became very popular. It was made using red clay, with a decorated, unglazed exterior and a glazed interior.
John Peters retired in 1921 and Reed changed the name of the company to Zane Pottery Company. In 1941, they were sold to Gonder Pottery and it closed for good in 1957.
Peters & Reed Pottery Marks
Unmarked and unsigned
Peters & Reed Pottery Patterns, Lines
Moss Aztec (1912)
Popular Peters & Reed Pottery
Peters & Reed Pottery Value, Price Guide
Mid $ – Mid $,$$$