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Additionally, there were limited natural sources of clay in Central New York and no source for coal, nor were there any clay workers in the region.
The industry survived because raw materials and fuel were easily transported on the Erie Canal and the emerging national system of railroads.
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The company extended its lines to include restaurant and retail consumer chinaware and various ceramic wares such as storage containers, planters, bed pans, serving vessels and table accessories. In 1878, the company was located in the old village of Geddes at the corner of Furnace Street (West Fayette Street) and School Street.
The town was annexed into the city of Syracuse during 1886, and many of the street names were changed. Popular taste demanded a finer ceramic tableware than the heavy pottery made by early ceramic companies.
Syracuse China Corporation, located in Syracuse, New York, was a manufacturer of fine china. The company was founded in 1841 as Farrar Pottery and was bought out in 1868.