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Bleak Hill Works, Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent

This is a view of the side of Bleak Hill Works in Cobridge, taken from Moore Street. On the right hand edge is the spoil tip of Sneyd Colliery and the winding gear can just be seen peeping above the roofline ...

Block mould and jelly mould

White salt-glazed stoneware. Height of block mould 50mm These moulds are hexagonal in shape, with radiating fluting. The block mould was made by Ralph Wood I in 1763. The jelly mould was made by John ...

Block mould and teapot

White salt-glazed stoneware. Height of mould 105mm. This block mould and teapot are heart-shaped with relief decoration of vine leaves and grapes.

Blue John Pottery, hanley

The Blue John Pottery was in Union Street in Hanley. Established around 1886, the company produced a variety of beakers, jugs, dishes ,teapots, vases etc. The works has been demolished and Union Street ...

Blue painted wares

Earthenware painted chamber pot, teapots, plates and cup. Height of chamber pot 145 cm The chamber pot, teapots, plate and cup were excavated at Burslem Market Place in 1998.

Blyth Pottery, Longton

This is the rear of Blyth Pottery on Sandgate Street (previously Gate Street) in Longton. The front of the works, operated by John Tams & Sons Ltd., was on Uttoxeter Road. These works produced earthenware. ...

Bone china trio

Shelley Potteries c. 1925-1966. Trio. 1981.P.143. c. 1945-1966. Gilded bone china. H (cup) : 2 ½ "; D (saucer) : 5 ¾ "; D (plate) : 6 ". Bone china trio decorated with gilded details. This shape ...

Boote's Ceramic Tiles Ltd, High Street, Tunstall

T & R Boote's ceramic tile works was on High Street to the north of Tunstall town centre. In the distance is the bell tower and spire of Christ Church. The spire has since been removed. The company ...

Boote's Tile Works, Waterloo Road, Burslem

Looking along Waterloo Road up towards Swan Square in Burslem. The large building on the right, on the corner of Zion Street (previously Regent Street), was the Waterloo Pottery operated by T & R Boote, ...

Boote's Waterloo Tile Works, Burslem

The derelict workshops of T & R Boote's tile works in Burslem. The company started in Burslem in 1842 and later occupied the Waterloo Pottery, which lay between Waterloo Road and Nile Street, from 1850. ...

Boston Pottery works on Sandyford High Street, Tunstall

Originally owned by the earthenware manufacturers, Knapper & Blackhurst, the Boston Pottery was occupied by Weetman Figures Ltd when the photograph was taken. Later the site was taken over by Old Boston ...

Bottle

c.1928-1937 Glazed Stoneware H. 7.0 x W. !.0 cm Miniature bottle, thrown and turned by Katharine Pleydell-Bouverie at Cole Pottery, Wiltshire, England. Grey box ash crackle glaze, with a dark brown ...

Bottle

c.1925-1938 Glazed Stoneware H. 4.8 x W. 2.0 cm Miniature bottle, thrown and turned by Katharine Pleydell-Bouverie at Cole Pottery, Wiltshire, England. White Portugal laurel ash crackle glaze, base ...

Bottle oven and workshops, Packhorse Lane, Burslem.

Packhorse Lane was the original road from Fountain Place to Longport. Enoch Wood's Fountain Place pottery, opened in 1789 straddled the lane. It was closed in 1850 and has been subdivided into a variety ...

Bottle oven at J Steventon's Royal Pottery, Burslem

The outside of a biscuit bottle oven at the Royal Pottery, off Steventon Place, in Burslem. The entrance (or wicket) to the oven is through the corrugated iron roofed porch. Behind the oven are the workshops ...

Bottle ovens and chimney at George L Ashworth Bros. Ltd., Hanley

This is a view of the bottle ovens and chimney of Ashworth's works from the rear entrance in Morley Street. George Ashworth & Bros manufactured ironstone, earthenware and ivory ware at the Broad Street ...

Bottle ovens from Adkins Street, Burslem

The photograph was taken from the rear of Adkins Street and shows the ovens of the Britannia Pottery of A G Richardson. The square building on the left hand edge, with the square chimney in the centre ...

Bottle ovens, Longton

A group of bottle ovens near John Street and Mount Pleasant. Photograph taken from under archway between 60 and 62 Meir Hay Road.