Locations: Pasadena
Dates of Operation: 1940s - ?
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SET (6) KIPP CERAMICS DEMITASSE ESPRESSO CUP & SAUCERS ANTIQUE MID CENTURY Rare
Current Price: $29.99
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1947 KIPP CERAMICS CUP &SAUCER PURPLE AND WHITE OCCUPIED JAPAN,
Current Price: $8.00
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PETITE Cabbage KIPP Ceramics PINK WHITE GOLD DEMITASSE Tea Espresso CUP SAUCER
Current Price: $7.95
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Kipp Ceramics - 1947 Demitasse Cup & Saucer, Lotus Flower [Occupied Japan] (EUC)
Current Price: $37.95
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47 KIPP Ceramics Flower Tea Cup and Saucer Set
Current Price: $13.50
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Kipp Ceramics, Pasadena, CA Green Leaf Tea Cup & Saucer Set
Current Price: $9.95
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Vintage 1950's Kippie Pixie by Kipp Ceramics, Pasadena California Pottery (RF716
Current Price: $29.95
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Vintage 1947 KIPP Ceramics Occupied Japan Flower Tea Cup and Saucer Set + bonus
Current Price: $10.00
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1947 KIPP CERAMICS LOTUS SAUCER GREEN AND WHITE OCCUPIED JAPAN, FREE SHIPPING
Current Price: $24.00
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KIPP Ceramics Demitasse Tea Cup & Saucer Squash Art Pottery
Current Price: $54.95
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KIPP CERAMICS Green White Tulip Cabbage CUP & SAUCER Vintage 1947
Current Price: $19.99
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Kipp Ceramics was located in Pasadena and produced dinnerware and figurines. According to Chipman, they were known for making “Kippies” which were their version of the popular California pottery pixie figurines of the 1950s. I’ve seen items from them a few times online, but they’re not as common as some of the other companies. I haven’t been able to find too much other info on the company.

The dinnerware they made is very sculptured and made to resemble flower petals or leaves. Colors most popular include combinations of maroon and chartreuse, which is very consistent with the times. I believe that their pixies had paper labels, while their dinnerware was in-mold marked. The marks I’ve seen on dinnerware actually give a copyright date of 1947, so the company must have existed before then. Likely, the pixies were a later stage of their production. I’ve seen “Kipp”, “Kipp Ceramics” and “Kippie Pasadena, Calif” - the latter is on the pixies of course.

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