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Anderton Canal Carriers Wharf, Middleport, Stoke-on-Trent

This photograph shows two important sites on the Trent & Mersey Canal in Middleport. In the centre is the Anderton Canal Company's warehouse and boat repair yard and beyond Burgess & Leigh's Middleport ...

Anderton Canal Co. Wharf, Navigation Road, Middleport

This photograph was taken just off the southern end of Navigation Road in Middleport. This was at the northern end of the half mile Burslem Branch Canal which came off the Trent & Mersey Canal. The branch ...

Anderton Carrying Company - document from the Enoch Wood Scrapbook

In the spring of 1838, James Macintyre, Agent for the Anderton Carrying Company, wrote this confident letter to Staffordshire's pottery manufacturers to celebrate his canal company's success. He announced ...

Annual General Meeting of the Manufacturers of China and Earthenware - from the Enoch Wood Scrapbook

During the career of Burslem pottery manufacturer Enoch Wood (1759 - 1840), industry bosses frequently gathered to discuss pressing issues and find common solutions to particular problems that they faced. 1812: ...

Antelope

John Skeaping 1901 - 1980. Figure. 1987.P.901 c. 1927-1939 Glazed earthenware. H : 127 mm, L : 163 mm. Earthenware figure depicting a drinking antelope seated with its legs tucked under, facing ...

Application of Gold Print Transfers.

Pottery factory interior showing a woman applying gold print transfers to ware. She is applying a transfer of the Stockport coat-of-arms to a bone china tea service commissioned by the Stockport Chamber ...

Application of transfers, Booths' Church Bank Pottery, Tunstall

Ridgway Potteries Ltd., Booths' Church Bank Pottery, Tunstall showing the underglaze decorating shop. The women are applying patterns to ware using transfers. Taken from the Gladstone Pottery Museum ...

Applying Handles to Cups.

Pottery factory interior showing a woman fixing handles to cups. She is sticking the handles to the cups using liquid clay or slip. Taken from the Gladstone Pottery Museum Photographic Collection. This ...

Applying Transfers.

Pottery factory interior showing a woman operating an automatic brushing machine. The machine brushes a transfer image onto porous biscuit ware in this case. Taken from the Gladstone Pottery Museum ...

Applying Transfers.

Pottery factory interior with a view of a woman applying transfer prints to tea pots. Taken from the Gladstone Pottery Museum Photographic Collection. This photograph is part of the collections ...

Arthur Wood & Price's Royal Bradwell Pottery, Longport, Stoke-on-Trent

This photograph was taken at the start of Davenport Street (A5271) just after the Trubshawe Cross roundabout. The Royal Bradwell Ware building belonged to Arthur Wood & Sons, earthenware manufacturers ...

Arthur Wood's canalside factory, Longport, Stoke-on-Trent

This is a view south along the canal. Westport Lake is off to the right, on the left is the rear of Wood's pottery. the buildings have all been cleared and the are now used for light industry and food ...

Ascot Pottery on Clough Street, Hanley

The Ascot Pottery was operated by Alcock, Lindley & Bloore, along with the neighbouring Vulcan Pottery on Clough Street. The factory opened in 1919 and the company became famous for "Brown Betty" teapots ...

Ash tray

1979.P.6. 1970-1979. Glazed and gilded earthenware. L : 4 ¾". Decorated with all over speckled glaze with gilded details. Made by Carlton Ware, Stoke-upon-Trent.

Ash Tray

Glazed Stoneware. H. 3.8 x W.7.9 cm. Small stoneware ash tray, thrown and turned by Katharine Pleydell-Bouverie at Cole Pottery. Green thorn ash glaze on the interior, the exterior is unglazed with ...

Ash Tray

Glazed Earthenware. H. 1.1 x W. 8.3 cm. The base of a small rectangle shaped trinket box, hand built by Bernard Leach at St. Ives, Cornwall, England. Green lead glaze.

Ash tray

Ash tray by Susie Cooper.

Ash Tray

c.1922-1939 Glazed Stoneware H. 3.0 x W. 8.0 cm Small stoneware ash tray, slab built by Bernard Leach at St. Ives, Cornwall, England. Celadon glaze with incised decoration, base is unglazed.