In June 1860 Isaac Farrar left the Farrar & Russell partnership and nine months later was in full production at a new pottery he had started just a few blocks away on Conant Street that he called “I.N. Farrar & Co”. Their products were very similar to those made at the De Witt Street pottery. The “& Co” was probably Isaac’s father Moses. The pottery closed between June 1863 and February 1864 after two years of operation.
This article is an updated version of an article published in the French language magazine Ceramics in 2019.
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