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Manufacturers' Agreement on the Price of Crates - from the Enoch Wood Scrapbook

While the wholesale price of wares was often agreed across the Potteries, the cost of straw and crates for packaging was sometimes less predictable. Five local pottery firms here announce their decision ...

Vase

'Elton Ware' vase made and designed by Edmund Harry Elton (1846-1920) of the Sunflower Pottery, Clevedon Court, Somerset.

Vase

Stoneware vase covered in metallic gold crackle glaze, with painted mark. Made and designed by Edmund Harry Elton (1846-1920) of the Sunflower Pottery, Clevedon Court, Somerset.

Souvenir mug

A lead-glazed pearlware or earthenware mug or tankard by Enoch Wood & Sons, Burslem. The transfer printed illustration shows Enoch Wood and his son riding their horses with a dog running alongside.

Tea cup and saucer

Tea cup and saucer with ‘Wild Geese’ design by Peter Scott. Midwinter’s Stylecraft range. W.R. Midwinter of Navigation Road, Burslem, were best known for table wares but also made figures and "fancies". ...

Sugar bowl

A lidded sugar bowl from a stoneware ‘Stonehenge Blue Moon’ teaset designed by Eve Midwinter for the Midwinter pottery. W.R. Midwinter of Navigation Road, Burslem were best known for table wares but ...

Coffee cup and saucer

Coffee cup and saucer in Quuensberry Sienna pattern made by W.R. Midwinter Ltd. W.R. Midwinter of Navigation Road, Burslem, were best known for table wares but also made figures and "fancies". They ...

Horse figures

Horse and foal figures by Beswick. J.W. Beswick was founded in about 1892 by James Wright Beswick and his sons John and Gilbert. From 1896 it operated from the Gold Street Works in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent. ...

Kitchen ware

Kitchen storage jars with daisy and cyclamen designs in the ‘Botanic Garden’ range designed by Susan Williams-Ellis for Portmeirion. Portmeirion Pottery was founded by Susan Williams-Ellis and her ...

Kitchen ware

Kitchen ware in the ‘Botanic Garden’ range designed by Susan Williams-Ellis for Portmeirion. The sugar bowl and pepper shaker with Barbados Cotton Flower design, the salt shaker with Viola design. Portmeirion ...

Vase

A Doulton Lambeth vase designed by Edith D. Lupton who worked at Doulton’s Lambeth works between 1875 and 1890. Mark on base: ‘Doulton Carrera Lambeth’.

Trio

'Florina' Coronation Ware trio of cup, saucer and plate by T.W. Barlow & Son, earthenware manufacturers at the Coronation Works, Commerce Street, Longton. Thomas Waterhouse Barlow was in partnership ...

Trio

Cup, plate and saucer made by the Empire Porcelain Company of Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent. The Empire Porcelain Company was in business by 1895 and its original partners were made up of members of the ...

Vase

A Doulton Lambeth vase designed by John Broad who worked at Doulton’s Lambeth works between 1873 and 1919. Mark on base: ‘Doulton Silicon Lambeth’.

Vase

Vase by Bernard Moore. Formerly of Moore Bros., Longton, Bernard Moore (1850-1935) is noted for producing Flambe Glaze ware during its revival in the early 20th century. The Moore Brothers occupied ...

Vase or jar

A Moorcroft vase or jar. William Moorcroft was born in 1872 in Burslem. He studied at the National Art Training School, England and in Paris. The Moorcroft factory on Sandbach Road in Cobridge was ...

Tea pot

Ivory ware teapot by Wood's of Longport, Stoke-on-Trent. Arthur Wood's Unicorn Pottery was at the bottom of Davenport Street (A5271) close to Trubshawe Cross and near to Arthur Woods Royal Bradwell ...

Lamp base

A lamp base manufactured by the Clayburn Pottery, Milner Street, Hanley. Established in 1953 by William Lunt, a director of Midwinter. The company specialised in painted decorative wares including ...