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Colorful Stangl adds charm to any home
By Melody Amsel-Arieli Stangl pottery is not only bright and beautiful, but also reflects the warmth and charm of Americaís past. Its factory, founded in 1814 as Samuel Hill Pottery, was originally located in Flemington, New Jersey, an area rich in red clay. It initially produced porous, earthenware drain pipes, jars, and storage crocks.