Coors pottery was made by Coors Porcelain Company of Golden, Colorado, a company which was founded with the help of the Coors Brewing Company. Its founder, John Herold, started the Herold China and Pottery Company in 1910. The company name was changed in 1920, when Mr. Herold left. Coors stopped making many items they considered “non-essential” at the beginning of World War II. During the war, Coors made porcelain-like nose cones for rockets for the military. After the war, the Coors Company made ovenware, teapots, vases, and a general line of pottery.
Offered is a very nice Coors vase. It is in near perfect condition with typical manufacturing anomalies. The vase is 6 inches tall and 4 & 1/2 inches wide at the mouth. The outside is a wonderful matt tan or light brown color and the inside is a contrasting Robin's egg blue. It's quite attractive. The bottom is clearly marked with the Coors' logo.
Coors Pottery Matt Brown Vase