In operation 1906-1954
Belleek ware (Industrial Directory 1909); porcelain specialties (Industrial Directory 1912); Belleek and bone china (Industrial Directory 1918, 1927); china tableware (Industrial Directory 1931); china novelties (Industrial Directory 1934); Belleek china, dinnerware, lamps, novelties (Industrial Directory 1938); fine china (Industrial Directory 1940-41)
“Lenox dinnerware ultimately achieved a degree of acceptance accorded only the finest of its foreign competitors. The highest accolade was bestowed upon Lenox when it was selected to supply the White House with its dinner ware during the Woodrow Wilson administration. This is a distinction which it continues to hold.”
— Goldberg, David J. 1998. Preliminary Notes on the Pioneer Potters and Potteries of Trenton, N.J.: The First Thirty Years – 1852 – 1882 (And Beyond). Privately published, Trenton, New Jersey.
Lenox, Inc. 1909. Lenox Belleek. Lenox, Inc. Trenton, New Jersey.
Lenox, Inc. 1909. Vases Manufactured in the Celebrated Lenox Belleek. Lenox Inc., Trenton, New Jersey.
Tachau, Hanna. 1919. “American-Made Pottery Exemplified in Lenox China.” International Studio 67 (May):92-96.
Holmes, George Sanford. 1924. Lenox China: The Story of Walter Scott Lenox. Lenox Incorporated, United States.
Denker, Ellen Paul. 1989. Lenox China: Celebrating a Century of Quality 1889-1989. Lenox, Inc., Trenton, New Jersey.
Frelinghuysen, Alice Cooney. 1989. “American Porcelain, 1770-1920.” Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York.
Denker, Ellen. 2002. “Lenox China Easy Guide to Dating Dinnerware Patterns.” Trenton Potteries 3(3):1-3.
Hunter, Richard W. 2005. “Lenox Factory Buildings Demolished.” Trenton Potteries 5(2/3):1-10.
Denker, Ellen. 2009. Faces & Flowers: Painting on Lenox China. University of Richmond Museums, Richmond, Virginia.
Lenox, Inc. n.d. The Story of Lenox Belleek China. Lenox, Inc. Trenton, New Jersey.
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Mead Street and Prince Street; Mead Street near Prince Street; Mead Street corner St. Joes Avenue; 15 Prince Street; 50 Mead; 15 Prince
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