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The Potting Shed - Dedham Pottery
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Dedham Pottery - the potting shed
Hugh Robertson, a fifth generation potter, opened The Dedham Pottery Company in 1896 in Dedham, Massachusetts during the American arts and crafts movement. The company was a working pottery until 1943. During that time the pottery's artisans created over fifty designs for their dinnerware and serving pieces. The most popular design was the endearing little bunny now known as "the Dedham rabbit." The rabbit became the identifying signature of Dedham pottery and remains so today. Through the years, the "Dedham rabbit" has won an international following. Pieces or original Dedham pottery are highly przed by collectors, from individuals to prestigious institutions such as the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.

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