Contemporary Pottery Artists for Charity

We seek to encourage individual creativity with the added bonus of giving aid to those in need.

Ten percent of all proceeds from each piece goes to the charity of the artist's choice.

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About Us

The Roseville Legacy

The original Roseville Pottery Company was founded in Roseville, Ohio in the latter part of the 19th century. Over the next 60 years, they grew to become one of the largest producers of American art pottery. With over 1000 employees and multiple factories, they became a cornerstone of central Ohio business and jobs. Their contributions to the civic community and a wide variety of charitable causes became legendary.

Unfortunately, in 1953 economic conditions led to their bankruptcy. In the 1970's collectors rediscovered their works, and a new generation discovered a new passion for the art of vintage Roseville Pottery. Many books and guide were published, and their rarest works were coveted by enthusiasts. This interest continues to this day with a wide variety of clubs and organizations.

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Our Mission

We seek to actively promote the public awareness of contemporary ceramic artists, provide support for global charities, and engage and grow the community of collectors both new and old.

Our Works

Our works are not reproductions of vintage designs, but rather fresh and unique artworks that reflect a new generation of artists. Each of our limited edition series by each artist reflects a style that is unique, with a theme that reflects the charity selected by that artist. Each is hand-made and glazed in the U.S.A. by the artist, and the molds are destroyed once the edition is completed. Each piece is signed and numbered by the artist, and comes with a signed certificate of authenticity. We adhere to the highest standards of quality of materials and artwork to ensure each framed tile can become a treasured heirloom.

Our Pledge

Art For Charity

Our artists feel just as strongly as we do that giving back to the community is critical to our project, and we view the artists and their charities as full partners. We set aside 10% of the profits of each and every artwork as donations to a charitable cause that is near and dear to the heart of the artist. The purchase of these works will provide much needed funding to organizations that are in great need of resources.

Art for Charity