Examples with black outlined artwork or molded artwork
Possibly produced by acid etching.
Matt glazed with Art Nouveau style art work
Examples with either applied lettering or with molded lettering.
Banks/Money Safes and Novelties (pigs, owls, eagles, bears, etc by 1900)
includes gold, blue, green, brown, purple, and multi-blend glazes - 1902
Similar to Opalesce ware with artwork on top of coralline beading
Bronze-like colors – 1902; Brighter gold colors – 1904
Originally called terra cotta animals
With or without gold trim – possibly part of Monochrome Line
Oriental (1898) - listed in 1902 Catalog as one line
Molded areas decorated with green or pink/red colors.
Also known as Dutch Ware
1885 to at least 1897
Probably made by other companies, but sold as an Owens product
Goldware with acid etched designs possibly a Rainbow Bronze subtype.
Matte pottery in darker gray colors than Matt Utopian.
Also known as Feroza Faience.
Also known incorrectly as Gunmetal by Stofft et al, 1996
Similar to Rustic Ware in design and coloring
Either in matte, semi-matte or glossy colored finishes
1896 as Light Colored Utopian
Various light to darker brown in matte glaze.
Misidentified as Persian
Made in figural, splash or mono-color artwork
Came in three colors – light, dark and medium
See Gun Metal
Incorrectly identified as Opalesce - 1905/1907
Matte or glassy finish, likely part of Monochrome line.
Much rougher matte finish than Art Vellum or Matt Lotus