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Completed Items. George V. Petalware Dark Blue. This item will ship to Francebut the vintave has not specified shipping options. Free Shipping. Hidden categories: All stub articles. The TIAS. Item location:. In the company opened a manufacturing facility in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania "Plant 2"and in another facility was opened in Kittanning, Pennsylvania "Plant 3". Filter 1.
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George Pottery Co. Examples of dinnerware made by W. Clemens Pottery, on the right is Georgette Petalware by W. George Vase Courtesy: F. Stone The following is a portion of a W. George Pottery ad featured in a trade journal. The patterns are identified by a series of numbers and letters.