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Adderley Works, Lightwood Road, Longton

These premises were near to the bus station. William A. Adderley operated the Daisy Bank Pottery in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent producing China and Earthenware. After 1905 they traded as Adderleys Ltd. ...

Aerographing Ware. Photographed by William Blake.

Lantern slide of a pottery worker aerographing a bowl. This lantern slide appears to be one of a group used for a presentation or slide show by Blake entitled “Staffordshire Pottery.” A small folder ...

Aerographing Ware. Photographed by William Blake.

Lantern slide of a pottery worker aerographing a bowl. This lantern slide appears to be one of a group used for a presentation or slide show by Blake entitled “Staffordshire Pottery.” A small folder ...

Aerographing.

Pottery factory interior with a view of women aerographing. They are using pneumatic airbrushes. Possibly taken at the Gladstone China, Uttoxeter Road, Stoke-on-Trent. Aerography was the mechanical ...

An Oven Opened. Photographed by William Blake.

Lantern slide looking into a hot oven. The stacked saggars can be seen inside. This lantern slide appears to be one of a group used for a presentation or slide show by Blake entitled “Staffordshire ...

An Oven Opened. Photographed by William Blake.

Lantern slide looking into a hot oven. The stacked saggars can be seen inside. This lantern slide appears to be one of a group used for a presentation or slide show by Blake entitled “Staffordshire ...

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 ...

Backstamping.

Pottery factory interior showing a female worker in the process of backstamping plates. The backstamp is the pottery maker's mark or logo. Taken at Alfred Meakin Ltd., Royal Albert Pottery, Tunstall, ...

Baiting at the last firing, Sutherland Works, Longton

Pottery factory interior depicting volunteer Paul Nibblett 'baiting' or stoking fires at the Sutherland Works, Normacot Road, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent. This was the last ever firing at the factory. Formed ...

Band and Liners.

Pottery factory interior showing banders and liners decorating plates and saucers. Taken at Grosvenor China, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent. Banding was a form of decoration where a single band or several ...

Banding.

Pottery factory interior showing a row of banders decorating ware. They are painting enamel lines onto the ware using whirlers. Banding is the term for painting lines around ware using colour. The ...

Banding.

Pottery factory interior showing a man decorating a tea cup. He is painting a band around the lip of the cup using a whirler. This is commonly known as banding. Taken from the Gladstone Pottery ...

Biscuit Placing.

Pottery factory interior depicting a man bedding plates using a setter prior to placing in a saggar and firing. The setter was a piece of kiln furniture that provided more support than bedding the ...

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. ...