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Promoted item:M A Hadley COUNTRY SCENE BLUE House Dinner Plate

M A Hadley COUNTRY SCENE BLUE House Dinner Plate

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About Hadley

The history of Hadley pottery dates back to the beginning of 1940. An award-winning painter and watercolorist named Mary Alice Hadley developed a set of specialized dishes for an Ohio River cruise. The patrons on the boat enjoyed Hadley's work so much that orders came rushing in for duplicate dishes. Soon, Hadley pottery was a household name.A simple signature on the reverse side adorns every piece of Hadley pottery: 'M. A. Hadley.' Hadley's designs have been exhibited across the country and across the world in museums. The first Hadley production building opened up in October, 1944. The building was redesigned from a candle factory that had been constructed in the mid-1850s. Mary Hadley painted the building with elegant murals and decorated the interior with her personal artwork.Mary Hadley worked assiduously to craft her pottery lines. She died in 1965 and her husband ran the business for another 14 years before selling the company to independent owners. Despite Hadley pottery's 'mass market' success, each piece of Hadley pottery is an individual work. The company employs a unique process of extremely high-temperature kilning to impart strong properties to Hadley dishes.Hadley grinds its own glazes to create rich and bright colors and fires its pieces to over 2,300° F. Since the pottery gets fired at such hot temperatures, glaze colors are limited. You can find Hadley pottery in green, blue, and white glaze, but blue-black and bright yellow glazes are harder to locate.