Canonsbury, China Replacement, American Dinnerware, Tableware
Canonsbury Pottery, replacement china made in the USA.
The Canonsburg Pottery was founded in 1900 by John George. John was a nephew of W. S. George. In 1909, the name was changed to Canonsburg Pottery Company and specialized in dinnerware, producing about 25,000 dozen pieces a week.
Steubenvilles equipment and molds were sold to Canonsburg Pottery after Steubenvilles closing in 1959. Adam Antique and Rose Point, two of Steubenvilles popular patterns, were sold into the 1960s under the Steubenville name. A line called Partio was also sold in the 1960s under the Steubenville name, Canonsburg, Pennsylvania.