Tiffany began to experiment with the development of an art pottery line as early as 1898. However, Tiffany did not commercially offer art pottery until 1905. Tiffany Pottery was produced in a variety of colors and glazes including matte, crystalline, and iridescent glazes.
It is reported that Tiffany Pottery was not overly successful in comparison to its glass and other art lines. As such by 1920, Tiffany stopped production of art pottery. Tiffany Pottery is typically marked with LCT incised into the bottom.