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Manufacturers of porcelain and earthenwares at Hanley.
China and Earthenware manufacturer at the Stafford Street Works and the Church Works, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent.
Formerly: Powell, Bishop & Stonier [1878-1891]
Stafford Street, Hanley
1893 trade journal entry on Bishop & Stonier
Bishop and Stonier Partnership
1851 – 1866 Livesley Powell & Co. Old Hall Lane Read more
Manufacturers of earthenware at Hanley. c.1861-1968
In 1968 renamed Mason’s Ironstone China Ltd.
Brief Bio: 1861-1968, potter; manufacturer of earthenware, Hanley, England
1859-1862 – traded as Morley & Ashworth
1862-1968 – G. L. Ashworth & Bros
Becoming a limited company in 1914; 1968 – known as Mason’s Ironstone China; The factory was at Broad Street Works, Hanley, Read more
(Pictured: Staffordshire England ~ c. 1890 This is a 7 ” child’s transferware Alphabet plate , circa 1840. The plate is light weight and beautifully potted with a pearlware glaze. Credit: rubylane.com)
Manufacturers of earthenwares and china at Longton.
Lustre decoration a specialty.
Charles Allerton & Sons, Park Works, High Street, Longton, Read more
The Adams family of Potters
The Adams family had potteries in Staffordshire as early as 1650. At that date two brothers, William and Thomas had separate ventures in Burslem.
Earlier names: W.Adams, W.Adams & Co, W Adams & Son
Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent. Manufacturer of earthenwares, basalt, jasper, ironstone wares under various styles from Read more