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Formerly called Saxon China. Saxon was founded in 1911. Made semi-porcelain china. In 1916 became part of the Sebring Manufacturing Company along with Strong Manufacturing, French China and Saxon China. All 3 plants retained their individual names. The Sebring Manufacturing Corp. joined the American Chinaware Corp. in 1929, to try to avert the depreession. The American Chinaware Corp. failed in 1931, and Both French China and Saxon China were gone by 1932. The Saxon plant was purchased from Oliver H. Sebring in 1934 by W. Vern Oliver for $1,000. He then combined the failed French And Saxon China companies, and renamed it the French Saxon pottery. The buildings were greatly updated. By 1949, it employed 380 people to make dinnerware He Purchased by Royal China and Bea Miller on April 4, 1964. Later made semi-vitreous ironstone dinnerware. Started production of china in November, with sixteen employees. At its peak, it could produce 600 dozen pieces of ware per hour. According to Oldetyme,

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