The American Modern collection, manufactured by Steubenville Pottery. This was the line that brought casual dining to the tables of families across America.
The classic American Modern pitcher.
The Iroquois True China dinnerware guarantee promised to replace your pieces for free if they chipped or broke. Russel and Mary would go do demonstrations themselves, spilling baskets of dishes on the floor to prove their mettle.
Decorative Motifs on Sterling Restaurant China. The designs and illustrations themselves were not Russel’s, but he incorporated them onto his pieces. Andy Warhol was a fan; the yellow plate is from his personal collection.
Museum staff at SFO put together this dining cart based on the specifications from the original DIY guide by Russel Wright, written for people to be able to fabricate their own furniture at home.
From the Iroquois Casual Dinnerware collection, a double-duty design that could be used as a wine carafe or vase. This is the only known piece in this shape, color, and pattern.
Bauer Art Pottery.
Accessories from the Oceana Wood Line, known for their organic shapes and natural form.
A pitcher from the Spun Aluminum Group, one of Russel's first mass market successes.