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21-Mar-2015 01:45

For more than 60 years, Lefton China has been an importer of fine china products.

Lefton China has been widely distributed, with more than 10,000 retail locations in the United States at one time.

I can’t vouch for its accuracy, but would wager it’s pretty close.

Today, Lefton produces a collection of popular lighthouses, among a number of other figurines and collectibles.Baton & Son Inc." Hi All I think I have a real clue as to who used this copyright mark as their pottery mark on some items It is Lefton.Just recently I learned Lefton made a series of headvases (see David Barron pg.143, "Barbara" headvase)This vase is Lefton and has the same potters mark as the one at the top of this page on the pea pod pot.Pottery Mark Unknown - C inside a circle - Green Pea Pod Dish:- At a garage sale recently, I spotted a rather strange dish of sorts and decided to buy it.The dish is bright green and it's of a pea pod with several peas in it. Thank you, Janene Fentress ========================================******UPDATE: Visitor Gail has very possible solved this mystery for us - she says Lefton China - scroll down to the bottom entry on this page for her full post and my reply******Comment by Peter (admin)We have had a rash of queries about a mystery Pottery Mark - C inside a circle.

Today, Lefton produces a collection of popular lighthouses, among a number of other figurines and collectibles.

Baton & Son Inc." Hi All I think I have a real clue as to who used this copyright mark as their pottery mark on some items It is Lefton.

Just recently I learned Lefton made a series of headvases (see David Barron pg.143, "Barbara" headvase)This vase is Lefton and has the same potters mark as the one at the top of this page on the pea pod pot.

Pottery Mark Unknown - C inside a circle - Green Pea Pod Dish:- At a garage sale recently, I spotted a rather strange dish of sorts and decided to buy it.

The dish is bright green and it's of a pea pod with several peas in it. Thank you, Janene Fentress ========================================******UPDATE: Visitor Gail has very possible solved this mystery for us - she says Lefton China - scroll down to the bottom entry on this page for her full post and my reply******Comment by Peter (admin)We have had a rash of queries about a mystery Pottery Mark - C inside a circle.

I am assuming this mark must therefore be Lefton Thanks !