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Ward, Florence
Florence Ceramics
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Pasadena Museum of History
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Pasadena Museum of History
Pasadena Museum of History
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"Margaret," ceramic figurine. Semi-porcelain. Velvet green color with white lace. The Florence Ceramics Company was started in 1942 by Pasadena housewife Florence Ward in the family garage at 1644 North Lake Avenue. Within seven years, the company built a state-of-the art ceramics plant on South San Gabriel Boulevard. Florence Ceramics produced high quality historical and literary figurines, birds, animals and artware for twenty-four years before being bought out by a rival company in 1964.
Pottery Figures--California--Pasadena
Ceramic Sculpture--California--Pasadena
Ceramic industries--California--Pasadena
Florence Ceramics (Pasadena, Calif.)

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