In 1904, William Shaw George purchased a pottery company in East Palestine, Ohio that he had previously leased from the Sebring Brothers.  The W. S. George Pottery Company manufactured semi porcelain dinnerware as well as toilet and hotel wares. 

In 1910, the company opened a plant in Canonsburg, and another in Kittaning, Pennsylvania in 1914. The W. S. George Pottery Company remained in operation for nearly 60 years.

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