Locations: Los Angeles
Dates of Operation: 1952 - 1970s
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MIRAMAR CALIF. 1956 VTG CHARTREUSE POTTERY PLANTER #614 & #612 - MID CENTURY
Current Price: $14.53
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VTG 1957 Miramar CA Pottery Mid Century Pink Serving Set Hawaiian Leaves
Current Price: $49.00
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VINTAGE 1951 MIRAMAR OF CALIFORNIA POTTERY BAMBOO DESIGN PLANTER - 10.5" TALL
Current Price: $13.49
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VINTAGE 1957 MIRAMAR OF CALIFORNIA POTTERY OVENPROOF PINK LIDDED DISH - MFG #770
Current Price: $17.99
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Miramar Pottery Vintage Dog Mail Letter Holder USA
Current Price: $45.00
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7 Pc.Vntg Miramar California Art Pottery Dancers & Console Bowl Planters w/Stand
Current Price: $69.99
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Viintage MID CENTURY MODERN SLINKY DOG LETTER HOLDER MAIL MIRAMAR POTTERY 603
Current Price: $25.00
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Unique Art Deco Miramar California Art Pottery Planter Deer Mid Century Rare
Current Price: $53.99
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Miramar of California Pottery Ovenproof Casserole Dish No. 139 with Lid & Stand
Current Price: $38.00
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Vintage Miramar California Pottery Baling Dish Square with Lid # 414
Current Price: $19.98
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VINTAGE MIRAMAR OF CALIFORNIA POTTERY LID ONLY FOR BAMBOO MOTIF BOX
Current Price: $9.95
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1950’S MIRAMAR OF CALIFORNIA COASTAL LIVING SOFT PINK POTTERY SPRING PIECE
Current Price: $13.95
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VINTAGE MIRAMAR CALIFORNIA POTTERY DISH IN STAND W/ CERAMIC HANDLES, #946 YELLOW
Current Price: $24.99
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Miramar of Calif. Pottery Casserole Dish Lid & Metal Serving Stand Oven Proof
Current Price: $17.50
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Miramar Of California - Potteries of California

For years before I knew anything about California pottery, I’d see the above sign while driving near the northern end of the 710 Freeway. I always thought it was neat, though it was sad to see the abandoned building defaced with grafitti. Then, later on when we began collecting older dishes, I came across some Melmac pieces that were made by the company. It was neat to see the connection, since we live very close to the factory.

Still later, I realized that they had actually started out life as a California pottery in the 50s. They made a whole assortment of different items, such as garden pottery, planters, casseroles, ashtrays, buffet serving dishes, lazy susans, tv lamps, trinket boxes and figurines. The two items I tend to see quite a bit of are the serving dishes and ashtrays. One particular serving dish, which is shown in Chipman’s book, is striking for having a cradle that has handles that are actually made of pottery as opposed to wood or plastic. I see flowerpots quite a bit as well, like the green / yellow one shown below.

Miramar Of California - Potteries of California

The nice thing about Miramar pottery is that it is usually marked with a very clear and defined stamp. The mark will usually give the item number, and in some cases the copyright date. I don’t have any information about the persons involved with running the pottery. It is also not clear at what point in time they switched over to making only Melmac. But I think that the company may have started with pottery, added the plastics at some point in the 50s or 60s, and then finally switched over to making only Melmac sometime in the late 70s.

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