Oliver China Company
Bowl from first Kiln
Sebring Ohio Historical Society
126 North 15th Street
Sebring, Ohio 44672
Marks include 'Oliver China Co./ Sebring', and
'Verus', over a line and 'Porcelain'.
Opened in 1898 on South 15th street and Baugh Ave. as the first pottery in
Sebring.  Owned and  named for
Oliver Sebring.  George Eugene Sebring
took over and placed his son Orval as manager. 1899-1909.  Made
semi-porcelain earthenwares.
George sold the plant to his brother
Ellsworth, who changed its name to
The E. H. Sebring China Company in 1911.  Made fine porcelain as well
as toilet seats.
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Photos from Cindy Young
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After using the hydrogen