|Sebring Ohio Historical Society
|For at least a time, Salem used a dating system. On the back of pieces might
be a number followed by stars. The number is the year of manufacture, and
the stars tell the quarter of the year in which the piece was made.
Backstamps included 'Symphony by Salem, Mainstreet Harmony House by
Salem, The Salem China Co., and a drawing of a Quaker lady, Bone China
Blaze Sebring Swirl, Tricorne by Sebring, Streamline by Salem, Christmas
Eve, Briar Rose, Victory, New Yorker, Maple Leaf, Flair.
|While not a pottery of Sebring, it was a Sebring owned pottery.