Early pieces at the Pottery closely reflected the arts and crafts era in which the Pottery was operating.
The Pottery was a contemporary of Rookwood Pottery, the Saturday Evening Girls, North Dakota pottery, Teco and Grueby.
Perhaps one of the most famous Newcomb Pottery designs, the "Moon & Moss" style was introduced in this period.
While most Newcomb pieces do have a registration number, some pieces, particularly earlier ones that were glazed but not otherwise decorated, do not.
Newcomb pottery produced between 1901 to 1942 was marked with its own unique registration mark which provides easy dating of the pottery.
The unique registration system was fully deciphered by Walter Bob after over 2 years of extensive research.