Dates of Operation: 1950s - ?
Seller Values: Check average price on Ebay
The Enchanto Company was based in Burbank made a number of different pottery items in the 1950s. What I tend to see most often are buffet servers, covered dishes, leaf candy dishes and trays. They also made figurines, wall pockets, vases and TV lamps but I don’t see as many of those online.
They used a number of different glazes, but often in blue, green or pink. Some of their items, including the applied flower trinket boxes, remind me of Vee Jackson. They also have a set of pear-shaped bowls that remind me an awful lot of Lou Hoenig’s apple dishes.
I believe most of the items are indeed marked as “Enchanto Co.” or “Enchanto”, and most of the time it’s an inmold stamp. However, I believe they may have used foil stickers at times as well, especially on smaller items.Note: We've tried to provide as much info as possible on this pottery maker or artist. For further info, you may want to research the items they have on Ebay listed under this name. We've tried to hand tailor the searches below so they will bring up the most accurate results. If there are no results, it will list general California pottery.