Stangl Pottery

Stangl Pottery was founded in 1929, in Flemington, New Jersey, by Martin Stangl. It was first known as Fulper Pottery, who Stangl started working for in 1910. He left to work for Haegar Pottery in 1915 but came back to Fulper in 1920. By 1924, he was vice president of the company. In 1926, he became president of the company. In 1928, William Fulper died, and Stangl changed the company name to Stangl Pottery a year later, in 1929. In 1942, Stangl started to produce hand-carved, hand-painted dinnerware which became very popular.

Stangl Pottery produced many items including dinnerware, artware and were well known for their line of ceramic bird figurines.

Martin Stangl died in 1972 and the pottery was bought by Frank Wheaton, Jr. In 1978, Pfaltzgraff bought the Stangl trademark and liquidated the remaining inventory.

Stangl Pottery Marks
Stangl USA
Single bird figurines have a number
Figurines with two birds have a number followed by the letter D (D meaning double)

Stangl Pottery Patterns
Amber Glo
Country Garden
Golden Harvest
Terra Rose

Popular Stangl Pottery
Bird Figurines

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


  1. Michelle Short April 27, 2013

    I just purchased quite a number of pieces of Stangle. They are mint green in color, banding around the edge of the plate. Some are stamped, some have a dash or two dots of black under the glaze on the bottom. I can’t find a color name or a pattern name anywhere on line. They were a wedding gift to the sellers mother , the seller was in her 60′s. I could send a photo! I would truly appreciate any information you may have.
    Thank you,

  2. Ginny Espinoza May 9, 2013

    Hi – Purchased the top part of a citrus juicer/reamer, sponged yellow in color, marked Stangl on the bottom – can’t find anything about it anywhere! Help!

  3. Tracy May 25, 2013

    Hello – I have a dish that was given to me after my father-in-law passed. He owned an Antique Shop. It is Black on the outside and a very light/pale green on the inside. On the bottom it has STANGL engraved in the dish and your stamp, Stangl Pottery Trenton, N.J 3911 and there is what could be an N or R to the bottom left of your stamp. I would appreciate some feed back on this dish – Thank You.


  4. Marilyn July 22, 2013

    I have a pair of dark green glaze Stangl candle holders.
    Stangl 039 (?) CH
    Number is hard to read. Could be 9039

    Does anyone have info on this item?


  5. Susan Condie December 20, 2013

    I have a small set of dishes of Stangl Town and Country. ( blue & white ) What would these be worth ? Or even, where can I get more of these. Any ideas ? Do they sell these any more? Thanks and Have a Super Holiday Season..!!!

  6. Margaret Vance January 12, 2014

    I have a small pitcher. It’s mint green with gold showing through. It is about 5.5″ high and 15″ around at the widest point. The markings on the bottom are Stangl POTTERY TRENTON, NJ It also has a number 4060 Patent Pending. There is 1X stamped at the top of the stamp on the bottom, and a R with a circle around it by Slangl. Does anyone have any information on this piece.? It kind of looks like a prototype.

  7. Leslie Vranicar February 1, 2014

    I purchased a Stangl bowl Shaped like a flower Gold with black straited painting over the top # 3410-z 22 karat Gold Sticker on the bottom over the bowl Inside . Stamped on the bottom it says black gold,3410-z . Hand painted ,Trenton, NJ , Since 1805. How much is it worth?

    Thank you ,Leslie

  8. Carol February 18, 2014

    I have a pear shaped 24kt candy dish (i believe) with lite green antiqued on it and a curled handle. On the bottom it is stamped hand painted, since 1805, Stangl, and it says ANTIQUE GOLD 3783.
    Could you tell me the value of this dish.

    Thank you, Carol

  9. Carol Kraft April 12, 2014

    I have a set of magnolia stangl. Soup dishes, desert dishes, dinner plates, cups saucers, creamer and sugar, salt and pepper and a few other pieces
    Good condition. Want to sell.

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