INDEX OF MANUFACTURERS 


 Numbers in bold refer to the Bulletin number and then the relevant page number.

 
 
MANUFACTURERS
 

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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Adams, Benjamin, Tunstall
            Irish Wolfhound.  Mug    51/3
            Plate and cup    150/10 
            Tendril on pair of patty pans    91/8
Adams, W. & Son, Stoke-on-Trent
            Basket of Flowers on saucer    92/9
            Damascus”.  Plate    63/3
            Doctor Syntax.  (see also Clews)    42/5
            Floral patt. on a teapot    93/8
            Flowers and Leaves Border Series. Warleigh House    43/8
            Gracefield, Queen's County, Ireland”.  Plate    19/9
            Hibiscus in a Pot. Milk jug    91/6
            Isola Bella    Plate.  Also by Davenport    37/4
            “Jedd”. Flow blue dish    87/8
            “Lady of the Lake”. Plate    151/10
            Lasso/Amazon compared with Regout's Indian Traffic    89/3
            Lions. Source of print    21/10;  22/8
            Note of Ruins. Saucer    117/11
            Patterns and items noted in Records    16/insert page
            Snowy Shrubs.  Plate    3/7;   Plate    122/2;
                        with Sea Anemones   124/11

            Tea bowl and saucer. Coronation?    90/3
  Teapot, possible attribution    157/6
            Thatched Cottage by Bridge.  Plate    80/9
            The Pet. Butter tub    140/10
            Tonquin on shard with eagle/garter mark    85/6
            “Villa in the Regent’s Park, London”.  Plate    16/supp.8
Alcock, Samuel & Co., Burslem
            Plate with pattern similar to Arabesque Star    114/2
Ashworth, George L. & Bros., Hanley
            "C.Barber" on pattern    21/10
            Dinner service marked "Primavesi"    86/5
            Oxford and Cambridge Colleges    65/11
            “Watteau”. Sauce tureen    131/10; Bowl and note    132/9

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Baddeley, John & Edward, Shelton
            Peony marked platter    13/7
Baggerley & Ball, Longton
            The Morning Ride.  Lidded bowl   127/11; 128/5
Bagster, John Denton, Hanley
            Drinking Horse. Plate fromVignette Series    64/5

            Engravings used    60/12
            Four Vignette scenes on tureen    41/9 and 42/8
            Highland Shepherd    51/11
            “Metropolitan Scenery” Series attribution   125/6
            Prince of Wales’ Feathers   126/11
            The Topers or Peasants' Repast   46/10; 53/3; 63/5; 64/2
            “Vignette” Series, note of ten patterns    52/12
            The Winemakers, plate    134/4
Bailey, W. & D. & Co., Lane End
            Woodbine. 10" plate    84/10
Baker, Bevans & Irwin, Glamorgan Pottery, Swansea
            Archers”. Bowl from ewer set   127/10
            Country Girl.  Jug    19/4
Barker & Till, Burslem
            Sauce tureen and stand with Royal Cottage    19/9
Barker, John, Richard & William, Lane End
Creamer    157/12
Stilted House. Rectangular dish    13/3

            Teapot, possible attribution     133/4
Barker, W. & Son, Burslem
            Corella”. Plate marked Rollason & Son    80/7 and 81/11
Bathwell & Goodfellow, Burslem
            Firewood and Hop Picking. Source    45/11
            Luigi Mayer prints    101/10
            Note on Lucano    4/2
            Patterns and items recorded    16/Inserted page
            “Rural Scenery” Series
                        Occasional Paper No. 4 ( Jan. 2007 )
                        Clinging Girl.    16/Inserted page
                        Conversation. Footbath    68/7 and 80/4
                        Milkmaid    3/2; 16/Inserted page
                        Sauce tureen and stand with three patterns    125/11
            Shepherd & Maid    16/Inserted page
            Sheep Shearing. Source    151/2
            Talkative Scotsman    46/10
Beardmore, Birks & Blood, Longton
            ‘B and B’ mark   128/5
Beech & Hancock, Tunstall
            Eva. Child's cup and saucer    63/9 and 64/11   
Bell, Cook & Co., Ouseburn, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
            Historical notes    27/3
            “Wild Rose” with impressed mark    26/9
Bell, J. &  M.P. & Co., Glasgow
            Batavia”. Plate    31/10
            Chevalerie, Palestine, Sicilian Beauties noted    57/8
            Harvest Scene. Footed bowl    132/9; note    134/5
            Italian Lakes    59/5
            “Triumphal Car”. Impressed mark    105/3
Belle View Pottery, Hull
            Durham Cathedral”. Plate    113/11
            “Lee House on the Clyde”. Plate   17/4
Note of factory    114/4
            Swans. Cup and saucer    87/4 and 89/12
Bishop & Stonier, Hanley
            Downing College, Cook's plate    76/2 and 77/12
            Walnut Tree Court, Cambridge.  See Colleges    65/11
and 77/12
Bordeaux ( see also David Johnston )
            Notes    55/11 and 56/11
Bosch, N.A. ( designer )
            See Maastricht    56/12
Bourne, Charles, Fenton
            Short note of patterns used    60/12
Bovey Tracy Pottery Co., Devon
            Carnation.  Coffee pot    115/11
“Gem”. Miniature plate    104/5; Saucer    146/5
            Love Birds. Coffee cups and bowl    153/11
            “Maypole”. Four dancers and two garlands.  Plate    104/5
            Question of Lady with Parasol    136/10   
            Similar to Carnation. Sauce boat    121/7
            Spotted Deer. Tureen and jug    141/4
Standard Willow. Copper plate    139/3
Bowness  (B'ness)
            Patterns and catalogue    38/7
            Fruit on a Plinth. Shards from1989 excavation    116/9
Striped Parasol. Bowl and bowl with inscription
' John & Helen Fisher / Borrowstones 1811'   
121/4; 122/3; 123/12

Boyle, Zachariah ( & Son ), Hanley and Stoke-on-Trent
            Antique Scenery” Series    133/6
Bradley & Co., London
            Violin. Coffee cup    50/8
Brameld & Co., Swinton, Nr Rotherham
            Conisbrough Castle. Teapot    153/11
            Exhibition at Doncaster    114/11
  Notes on various patterns    27/10
            Returning Woodman    47/10
            Roses. Gadrooned plate    82/8 and 83/5
            Shepherd and Shepherdess    53/7; 114/12
Brandon ( Jamaican retailer )
            Mark    56/3
Brindley, John & Co., Shelton
            Wild Rose” mark recorded    33/9; 139/5
Bristol Pottery
            List of views near Bristol and Thames    4/3
            See also Pountney
British Anchor Pottery
            Persian Inscription    149/11
Britton, Richard
            Treacle jar    143/11; 144/10
Brownfield, William & Son ( Sons ), Cobridge
            Wild Rose”    70/10
B & T
            Seasons”. Embossed mark on jug    62/7
Burgess & Leigh, Burslem
            Dillwyn Willow. Jjug    118/4
            Plates with Pagoda and Palms    45/6
Burn, John, Newport Market
            Dinner service for J. J. Cuff    141/7
Burnell, Brindley & Co
            Engraving plates    138/6
Burnell (London retailer)
            Cup with plaited handle (black)    156/8
         Mark 77/8


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Caledonian Pottery, Glasgow
            Caroline. Plate    54/11
Cambrian Pottery, Swansea
            Bowl with inscription    106/5
Early Willow. Plate    120/8
Elephant and Howdah. Trefoil dish, 146/11

Exotic Birds.
Saucer also cream jug with plaited handle    155/12
            Flowers and Birds. Coffee cup    146/3
               Jug    145/10
            Long Bridge. Drainer    93/8
            Precarious Chinaman. Tea bowl    122/8
            “Progress of the Loaf”    97/12
Carey, Thomas & John, Lane End
            Ancient Rome”.  Impressed mark    27/4
            “Asiatic Scener”. Dish    5/5
            Cathedral Series    53/10
            Christ Church, Oxford”. Tureen stand    98/10
            Grazing Rabbits. Attribution    67/6; 70/4
            Hannibal Crossing the Alps. Possible attribution    22/3
            Indian Temples    48/12; 55/2
            Relation to W & B pattern.   128/7
Titled Seats Series. “Killruddery Hall, Wicklow”     44/8; 45/9
            With printed title and manufacturer    57/9
Carlow
            Dog Ride. New mark    77/6
Carr, John ( and Family ), North Shields
            Wares and stilts used    15/13
Cartwright & Edwards, Longton
            Makers of blue-printed wares    25/5
            Tiger Hunt. Jug    115/10; 136/9
Cauldon Ltd, Hanley
Arcadian Chariots. Teapots    125/12
            Mausoleum of Kausim Solemanee AT Chunar Guv”.
Plate    116/7
Caughley, Nr Broseley, Shropshire
            Evidence for blue-printed earthenwares    5/6 and 6/4
            Fence. Copying Worcester types    59/7
            Temple. Comparisons    56/6; 57/4 and 12; 59/5; 139/6
Challinor, Edward, Tunstall
            Oriental Sports Series    14/2; 30/11; 44/7
Chesterfield Pottery
            Chinoiserie Ruins. Unrecorded mark    69/3
Chesworth / Chetham & Robinson, Lane End / Longton
            Grecian Figures”    49/9
Chetham & Son, Longton
            Festoon    75/11
            Mixed Fruits    15/1
Chetham, Jonathan Lowe, Longton
            Mug    135/12
Nosegay. Jug    81/4; 113/10; 114/3; 115/10
            Tiger Hunt with name 'B.Pursell'    114/2; Jug    136/9         
Chetham & Woolley, Longton
            Ornate Pagodas    102/2
            Standard Willow. Platter    102/2
            Two-Boat Willow    17/4; 102/2; 103/2; 104/9
Clementson, Joseph, Shelton, Hanley
            Classical Antiquities” Series    48/12; On sheet with    148
            Giant Sheep    50/9
            “Ulysses Following the Car of Nausica”    59/3
Clews, James & Ralph,Cobridge
            A new border?    101/12
            Additional Chinese scene on plate   130/6
            Alexander source prints and dish   129/8
            Basket & Vase    92/9
            Canterbury Cathedral    90/4
            Castle. Stone china mark    77/6
“Cheddar, Somersetshire”. Select Scenery Series 74/11
            Chinese Series    133/3; Note    138/3
            Chrysanthemum & Bamboo    19/9
            Church and Fisherman    90/6
            Cities Series    84/2
            City of Lin-Tsin. New pattern    121/8
            Colossal Sarcophagus near Castle Rosso    61/12
            Corinthian Ornaments    91/9
            Cornucopia of Flowers    97/4
            Death of a Bear    94/8
            Doctor Syntax Series    42/5; 86/10; 90/5; 95/6;
                                    99/14/15; 101/8; 154/8
            Dog in a Basket. Sauce boat    116/4
            Dog in a Cradle    101/3
            Don Quixote Series    84/2
            Duck Hunting and Return from the Hunt    96/10
            Errand Boy    66/7
            Fanciful Chinoiserie    92/6
            Foliage Border Series. Creamer etc.    97/9
            “Fonthill Abbey, Wiltshire”.  Hackett, retailer    109/7
            Goose Hunting    97/4
            Greenfield ( retailer ) mark    98/11
            Greenwich”, Foliage & Scroll Border Series    93/4
            Hunting Scene on a Pie Dish    95/2
            Italian. Plate    134/5
            James and Ralph or Ralph and James?    99/14 and 100/6
            Jugs found at USA shipwreck    121/6
            “Mosaic Tracery”    13/3; 91/9
            Moulded border. Children's plate    105/7
            Palestine”. Plate    133/2
            Pointer and Rabbit. Saucer    95/3
            Rochester Castle”. Gravy tureen    97/7
            Shells and Flowers    91/9
            Staunton engraving for plates   128/11
            The Rabbit on the Wall    97/6
            Tiger Hunt    115/10
            Two Abbeys. Blue Border Series   129/6
            Two Temples    94/5
            Village Church    38/9
            Weeping Willow Border Series     133/3; 135/2; 142/7
            Winter View of Pittsfield, Mass    91/5
            “Zoological Gardens” Series    99/14
Clyde Pottery, Greenock
            Cattle and River. Plate and impressed mark    140/6
            Patterns, Marks etc    28/5
Copeland & Garrett, Stoke-on-Trent
            Aesop's Fables” Series - see Spode
            Albert Richard Smith, portrait on plate    34/10
            Arabesque Series. Notes and illustrations    20/5; 113/2
            “Asiatic Pheasants”    117/5; 118/9
            Beverley    99/16
            Blue Geranium Border with name 'J.Hobson'    104/4
                        with name 'John French'    104/4   
            Broseley. Plate    119/9
            Byron Views Series
                        From Pattern Book    15/4,5,8
                        Various views noted    9/7
            Curtis botanicals    41/3
            Finden's engravings, use of    15/3
            Franciscan Convent. Mark noted    33/9
            Gothic Castle. Tea plate    119/9
            Gout Stool    31/11; 33/9
            Hudson, Trinity College    98/4
            Rhenish Views Series (formerly Davenport)    122/9
            Richmond Hill    18/11; 20/5
            Seasons Series. Notes and illust.    20/5 and 7; 84/8
            Serjeants' Inn on Portland Vase    118/10
            She (formerly Music pattern)    43/10
            Turks Head. Sauce boat    155/9
            Warwick Vase”. Border on jug    102/3
Copeland late Spode
            Ancient Granary at Cacamo    43/12
            And the Koran    38/10
            Caramanian Series    62/9
            Unidentified chinoiserie soup plate    153/5
Cork & Edge, Burslem
            Dahlia”. Mug    33/9
            “Mezieres”. Jug and ewer    66/6
            Tiber    82/2
            “Tomb of Jeswunthnagurh”    47/6; 49/9
 
Cormie, John, Burslem
            Exotic Birds. Drainer    75/2
Cornfoot, Colville & Co., North Shields
            Quartered Flowers. Saucer    6/6
Creil  ( French factory )
            Notes    21/7

 

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Dalton & Burn
            Village Scenery”    48/12
Daniel, H. & R., Stoke-on-Trent
            Canovian Statues    87/5; 89/3
            Parasol Willow (without parasol). Plate    48/8
            Sauce tureen    87/5
Daniel, Walter, Burslem
            Parasol Willow. Small jug   125/4; 127/9  
Davenport, Longport
            Boy on a Buffalo. Sugar bowl    136/8
“Bride O'Lammermoor” (IV)    107/4
            Bullfight. Plate    73/12
            Canovian Statues.  Plate with pattern name   128/9
            Child's Cup    113/8
            Children Fishing. Tea pot   129/5
            Chinese Birds. Plate and cartouche    135/12
            Chinese in Gazebo    19/4
            Chinese in Gazebo II. Soup tureen stand    24/3
            “Chinese Pastime”    34/9; 59/5
            Chinese Scenes
            Dishes with various scenes    65/8; 67/5; 73/4  Possible source    52/2 and 53/8
                        Two plates    137/4
            Chinoiserie Ruins. Version marked Rogers    14/2; 22/2
            Coffee can with sailing ships    83/8
            Coffee pot    99/10
            Cornucopia Flower Border Series. Dish    83/11; 129/11
            Cottage Children. Sucrier   129/7
            Cows Crossing Stream. Dish    61/6; Platter   129/10
            Cow Shelter    84/9
            Don Quixote Series    84/2; 90/4
            Eskimo on Snow Shoes. Teapot    49/6 and 78/5
            Fisherman. Donovan association    22/2; 34/5
            Gabled Farmhouse    19/4; 23/2
            Hydrographic. Geometric design    34/9
            Isola Bella. Toilet box and mark    135/8
            List of various patterns    21/3
            Mare & Foal Series
                        Island Fisherman    23/2; 25/7
                        Note    146/10
  Marks    157/10
  Meat platter with central group of flowers    57/8
            Milkmaid. Cup and saucer    145/7
            Mountain Chalet. Soup bowl    77/11
            Mustard pot    39/15
            Note re. breakfast cup    146/10
            Orissa. Clobbered pattern    40/12
            Rhenish Views Series    23/2; 122/9
            Rochdale Canal Company. Inscription on dish    120/8

            Romantic Castles Series. Two pieces    39/18
            Rural Scenery Series
                        Shards    116/3
            Various pieces    60/2
            Rustic Scenes Series    48/2; Shell moulded dish    150/10
            Scott's Illustrations    85/9
            Seated Shepherds. Sucrier and cover   129/11
            Standard Willow   124/3
            Suez   97/12
            Teapot with drainer    156/2
            The Dreadful Battle....    90/4
            Thatched Cottage    1/2
            Tudor Mansion
            Bisham Abbey. Suggested identity    35/12; 37/6
                        Colours other than blue    35/12
                        Oxburgh Hall. Suggested identity   2/4; 37/7
            Two-Man Willow. Coffee pot    14/7
            Unrecorded pattern (house, tower, fisherman trees)    33/5
            Various items. List of recorded examples    21/2
            Vase on Wall    2/3
            Vase with medallions of flowers    41/12 and 44/10
            View on the Thames    54/6
            Water closet for D.Chambers    115/6
            Waterfall    3/7
            Watermill    57/2
Davies, Richard & Co., Gateshead
            Mark noted    13/11
            Milanese Villas    49/9
Dawson, John & Co., Sunderland
            Bird's Nest. Tea bowl and saucer    121/3
            Brace of Birds. Tea bowl    141/11 
            Classical Ruins. Plate with goatherd    68/11 and 79/11
            Haphazard Geometry. Child's tea set plate    108/8
            Marked cup and saucer    34/9
Dillon, Francis, Cobridge
            Ancient Ruins”. Plate    64/2 and 65/12; 116/5
            Impressed mark noted    23/10
Dillwyn & Co., Swansea
            Blind Man's Buff in the Open. Small plates    120/3
            Cows Crossing Stream. Impressed mark    3/7
            Pouch jug, possibly by Dillwyn    111/10
            Ship. Impressed mark    4/2
            “Whampoa”. Flow blue plate    122/8
Dimmock & Smith, Hanley
            Llama. Soup plate    140/2
Dimmock, Thomas & Co., Shelton and Hanley
            Chevy Chase dinner service described    31/3
  Marks    157/10
            “Neapolitan”    42/8
            “Select Sketches” Series
                        Antwerp    40/12
                        New York. Platter    102/3
                        View of Cowes noted    35/12
            “Wild Rose” / Nuneham Courtney, platter with
                        Magdalen College reserve    104/4
Dixon, Austin & Co., Sunderland
            African Daisies. With imp. and printed mark    2/3
            Camel. Bowl    88/8
            Canton Opaque China. Plate and mark    154/5
            Dancing Girls and Fountain. Drainer    151/3  
            Man on the Lake,    61/4 and 62/5 and 63/3
 
Dixon Phillips & Co., Sunderland
            Note of plate    48/12
Don Pottery, Swinton, Nr Rotherham
            Cavaliers. Jug    143/4 and 144/10
Children's Plates, My Pretty Pony, Poor Tippoo,
                        My Tippoo, My Sister     118/5
            Floral design. Lidded jug    131/10; Attribution    132/8
            Italian Views. Impressed mark, lion and pennant    1/3
            Milkmaid. Jug    103/11
            Named Italian Views
                        Not named    58/6; 73/7; 74/8
                        Review of patterns and notes    21/4; 43/2
            Oriental    40/12
            Sun & Fountain. Marked piece noted    4/8
            Vase on table. Saucer    139/6
            Vermicelli border with rural scenes    45/8; 50/3
Doulton & Co., Burslem
            Eglinton Tournament. Cream jug    103/10
            The Magic Horse. Plate    111/8
Du Croz, John C. ( retailer )
            London mark recorded    3/5
Dudson, Hanley
            Galloping Horse    68/8; 72/8; 74/7; Re-attribution    151/8
            Irish Hero    63/10
            Shards    68/8; For identification    138/12
            Wanderers II    59/8
Dunderdale David ( & Co. ), Castleford     
            Violin. Sugar box    86/5

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Edge Malkin & Co., Burslem
            Corella”. Plate with Rollason mark    80/7 and 81/11
            Wild Rose”. Magdalen College plate    61/10
                        Plate with name W.Swannell on reserve    104/5
Elkins & Co. / Elkins, Knight & Elkins, Lane End
            Castle Richard, Waterford. Centrepiece    86/6
            Chinese Fountains. Mark noted    33/9
            Floral Sheet. Cup and saucer    1/3; 39/12
            Indian Temple”. Comments on shard (105/10)    106/7
            Irish Scenery Series but a non-Irish view    4/7
            Manufacturer of tiles?    98/3
            Rock Cartouche Series    42/11; 64/3; 78/4
            Vase of Flowers ( could be Riley )    42/6
Evans & Glasson, Swansea
            Dish with Swiss Scenery    113/4
Eyre Tavern / St John's Wood
            Game Keeper”. Soup plate with mark    96/3

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Fell, Thomas ( & Co. ), Newcastle-upon-Tyne
            Chinese Marine”. Impressed mark    25/5
            Italian picnicking couple    119/11  
            La Mancha. Tea bowl and saucer    81/5
            Milkmaid and Piping Shepherd. Saucer    118/11
            Twin Flower Sheet. Porcelaine Opaque mark 75/11
Ferrybridge Pottery / Knottingley Pottery, Pontefract
            Caught Fish. Coffee pot and cup    138/8
Classical Grecian pattern    4/5
European Views.  Tea service    29/7

            Heart reserves. Tea caddy    71/4
            Mountaineer. Shard    153/3
            Moulded border on children's plate    105/7
            Octagonal plate    25/4
            Patterns used    7/3; 8/3
Folch, Stephen, Stoke-on-Trent
            Birthday Present. Plate    147/12
            Drainer and mark    137/10
Temple Landscape II. Sauce boat    54/9
Forrester, George, Lane End
            Bowl    63/6
Foss, James ( Magdalen College, Cambridge, Cook)
            Mark recorded ( retailer? )    3/5
            Mason’s pottery with impressed name    104/4
Fourdrinier, Henry ( papermaker, Hanley )
            Pottery tissue paper manufacturer    35/3
F.R. & Co.
            Mark noted with Eton College and three-masted ship    17/10
France
            Manufacture of blue and white wares    21/6
French, John ( Cook, Magdalen College, Cambs )
            Name on bowl by Copeland    104/4
Furnival, Jacob & Co., Cobridge
            Chinese Sports”. Miniature cup and saucer     41/8
 



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Garner, Robert, Lane End
            Buddleia. Shard    75/8
            Temple Landscape. Plate    17/4
Geddes, John ( & Son ), Glasgow
            Anchor and Dolphin mark    113/3
            Country Mansion. Plate    5/7
            Crystal Palace    62/8
            Damascus    63/3
            Mark noted    4/2
            Pastoral    63/9
            Plate with York or Durham view    78/2
Gibbs, George Frederick
            Small pot    95/11
Godwin, John & Robert, Cobridge
            Use of Liver bird mark    40/7
Godwin, Thomas & Benjamin, Burslem
            Baltimore. Drainer    13/3
            General references    40/12; 47/4, 9; 49/9; 61/11; 72/9;
                                    73/3; 74/12
Indian Views
                        Beejapore    33/9; 34/8
                        List of patterns    33/9

View of London
                        Marked piece noted    10/7
                        Source print    85/12

Goodfellow, Thomas,Tunstall
            Patterns and sale details    55/5
            Tyrian. Plate and mark    141/3
Goodwin Partnerships,  Lane End

“Chinese Pagoda”. Jug    114/9
Crete. Pap boat    102/5
“Metropolitan Scenery” Series. Attribution    3/3; 6/2  
“Oriental Flower Garden”. Stilton stand    102/9
“Peruvian Hunters” Series. Dish with mark    27/5
Sale of copper plates and brief history    76/2; 77/10
            Sicre Gully Pass”, Bengal. Source print    134/9
            The Winemakers. Large dish    98/8
Gordon, George, Prestonpans, Scotland
            Florentine Opaque China    45/12
Greatbach, William, Jnr
            Bankruptcy sale    106/13
Green, Joseph ( London retailer)
            Mark noted    3/5
Greenfield, John ( retailer )
Clews wares    98/11
            Death of a Bear. Clews plate    94/8
            Finds from shipwreck    121/6
            Impressed mark    20/8
Griffiths, Beardmore & Birks, Lane End
            Cray Place, Kent”. Jug    151/3; Note    152/12
            Light Blue Rose Border Series. Kirkstall Abbey 76/5
 
 

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Hackett, James H. ( retailer )
            “Fonthill Abbey, Wiltshire”. Clews plate    109/7
Hackney & Mansfield, Longton
            Note on name    106/13
Hackwood, William, Hanley
            Arabian Sketches” Series. Details    140/5
            Game Keeper”. Cartouche    118/12
Hall, John ( & Sons ), Burslem
            Elephants on River Bank    39/6
            Oriental Scenery     11/3; 47/7; 67/11; 127/5
“Quadrupeds” Series. Gazelle and Lion patterns. Marked
 plates    14/8
            Sicre Gulley Pass”, Bengal. Source print    134/9
            Two Oriental Scenery patterns    136/4
            Village on the Ganges. Vegetable dish    123/3
Hall, Ralph ( & Co. or & Sons ), Tunstall
            Select Views” Series
                        Cartouche mark    33/4
                        “Luscombe, Devon    79/4
                        Scene in the Compania of Rome    86/4
            Sheltered Peasants    6/11 and 7/12
Hamilton, Robert, Stoke-on-Trent
            Refs    48/8; 54/10; 74/4, 10; 80/4; 89/4; 89/11; 94/6; 95/9;
                        96/10; 97/10; 99/9; 111/9; 114/10; 115/6; 115/7
            Boy Piping, dessert dishes   128/4
Hampson & Broadhurst, Longton
            Wild Rose”    84/10
Handley, J. & W. Hanley
            Village Fishermen. Impressed Handley    2/5
Harley, Thomas, Lane End
            Break-Back Bridge    85/10
            Fisherman & Shelter, sucrier    156/5
            Lion, Unicorn & Vulture. Teapot    78/8
Pinwheel.Teapot    46/6
            Swan mop on teapot    87/7
            Thatched House. Teapot    63/8; 64/3; 64/11
            Willow. Arcaded dessert plate    114/8
Hartley Greens & Co. ( later Leeds Pottery )
            Footbridge. Saucer    69/9
            Jar and Fisherman. Dish    80/6
            Scene after Claude Lorraine. Box    80/6
            Small bowl    11/3
            Two Figures. Teapot    57/7
Harvey, Charles ( & Sons )
            Cities and Towns Series    42/8; 42/10
            “Holy Bible” Series    141/2; 142/
            King's College, Cambridge    16/Supp.9
            Two Figures.    57/7
Hawley Bros ( Ltd ), Rotherham
            Plate marked Windsor and other refs    119/10
  Reference to “Alhambra” pattern    157/5
Haynes Dillwyn & Co., Cambrian Pottery, Swansea
            Tendrill. Dinner plate    109/9
Heath, Joseph, Tunstall
            Chinese Cottage with Flagpoles. Plate    132/6
Heath, Joshua, Hanley
            Conversation. Punch bowl    85/11
            Early bowl possibly by Heath    92/3
            Impressed mark, note    119/8
            “Lady of the Lake”. Tea bowl and saucer    153/8
            Plate with a Polaroid from Atlanta    90/8
            Possible attributions    118/2
Ref. Bradley & Co. Violin pattern    50/8
            Tea bowl. Attribution    86/8
            Tenquin. Ten-sided plate    119/3
Heathcote Charles & Co., Lane End
            Cattle & River back-stamped Cranford    118/12
            Child’s teapot    147/8
            Cranford linked with Abbotsford    119/8
            River and Castle. Crock and cover 109/7
            For Cranford read “Cromford”    119/8
            Tureen with Villagers border    99/6
Henshall & Co., Longport
 Bradfield.    3/2
            Crocus Time. Dinner plate    121/3
            Gravy Boat    146/9
            Holiday Street Theatre, Baltimore    90/6
            Pieces and Mark    146/7
            Flowers and Leaves II. Plate    120/1
            Spanish Procession. Detailed examples    146/6
Herculaneum Pottery, Liverpool
            Cherub Medallion Border Series    153/2
            Chevalerie    135/8

            Church to the Blind Asylum. Plate    135/8
   “Cluny Castle    5/8
            Field Sports. Plate and print    152/5
   Greek pattern. Gravy well and tree platter    108/12;
   ring handled soup bowl    132/12

            India pattern. Part of supper set    19/8;
   Dish based on Daniell acquatint   124/4
            King's College Chapel. Pepper pot    87/9
            Laughing Dog. Bowl    131/2; Coffee pot    133/10
            Mushroom Pickers    2/3; 116/9; 127/7; 12/8
            Non Nobis Domine, on base of plate    35/4
            Queen of Sheba II. Sucrier possibly Herculaneum    153/5
            Richmond”, Yorkshire. Basket   130/7
            Scarborough”. Custard cup    105/10
            Stylised Convolvulus. Tureen    109/4; Comport    143/5
            Two Temples. Coffee pot    148/8
            Unrecorded pattern on plate    110/5
            Verse on child’s plate    143/12
            View in the Fort, Madura. Dishes    136/3
View of Worcester. Soup plate    88/4
Winding Road, dish    157/10
Hicks & Meigh, Shelton, Hanley
“British Views” Series    157/8,9
Further attribution    152/2; Serving bowl    154/11
Ornithological Series
Detailed review    151/4;  Continued    154/10
            Resting Soldier. Plate    99/13; Cup    140/10
            Tureen and stand    68/3; 71/9
Hicks  Meigh & Johnson, Shelton, Hanley
            Oriental Shells”    78/9
Higginbotham & Co.  ( Dublin retailers )
            Mark recorded    3/5
Hill & Henderson  ( importers )
            84/2; 84/8
Hillcock & Walton, ( London retailers )
            Plate with printed mark    30/9
            Retailers mark recorded    3/5
Hollins, Thomas, John & Richard, Shelton, Hanley
            And Swansea pieces    121/5
            Bowl, Swans and Bullrushes    120/7
            Identification of potter    151/10
            Ornate Pagoda   129/4
            Review of book    114/2
            Two Kilns. Plate    142/12
            Willow Mandarin I. Several pieces    150/4
Hollinshead & Kirkham, Burslem
            Gothic pattern.  Jug 106/4
Honeychurch, Thomas
            Mark identified    103/9
Hopkin & Vernon, Burslem
            Mark found on gadrooned edge plates    9/9
Howitt, Samuel, ( painter, etcher, engraver )
            Watercolours for Indian Sporting    9/10
Hull
            See Belle Vue Pottery
Hulme, John & Sons, Lane End
            Alva”. Attribution    33/5
            Floreat. Vase    34/9
Hulse, Nixon & Adderley, Longton
            Flora III    85/8
Hunslett Hall Pottery
            Parasol and Birds. Sauce boat    114/10
 
 

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Indeo Pottery ( Bovey Tracy ), Devon
            Excavations    80/11
            Indeo Love-Birds. Bowl    154/5
            Indeo River Scene    63/4; 70/7
 
 

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Jackson, Job & John, Burslem
            Holy Bible” Series    141/2; 142/5
            Falconry. Jug    120/5
            “Marine”. Plate    92/6
            Plate    141/2
Jamaican Retailer
            Mark of D. Brandon    56/3
Johnson, Joseph, ( painter, engraver )
            Old Britain Castle Series    71/9
Johnston, David, Bordeaux, France
            Bordeaux Pottery    55/11; 56/11; 57/4
Jones, Elijah, Stoke-on-Trent area
            Denon's Egyptian pattern. Derivation    31/9
            Fountain. Cup and saucer   128/8
            Mammalia Series. Details    140/5
            “Picturesque Asiatic Beauties”    12/10
Jones, George, Stoke-on-Trent
            Amazon and Lasso    90/2
Jones & Son
            British History Series see British History
            Jug with fanciful Middle Eastern figures    103/5

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Keeling, Samuel & Co., Hanley
            Master & Servant pattern and Farmyard pattern    60/10
            Resting Soldier. Cup    140/10
            Royal vitrescent rock china / angel and
                        trumpeter mark    40/3
            Saucer   129/8
            Tea Party. Slop basin    69/9
            Travelling Family    112/4; 129/9; 150/11
            View of Clare College, Cambridge    86/9
            “Views in Mesopotamia” Series    39/11
Kidston, R.A., & Co.  Glasgow
            Birds of Paradise. Soup plate   128/4
Knight Elkin Partnerships, Fenton
            Enamelled infill plate    101/9
Knight, John King, Fenton
            Geneva    49/9
Knottingley Pottery, Pontefract
            See also Ferrybridge
            Etruscan. Supper / sandwich segment    79/10
            Bowl with oval reserve    50/6
            Stemmed bowl    136/2
 
 

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Lakin, Thomas / Lakin & Poole, Stoke / Burslem
            Chinaman. Notes and illustration    23/6
            Notes about this partnership    23/6
            Pagoda. Notes and illustration    23/6
Shepherd and Loaf    23/7
            Tiber. 22/12; 23/7; Saucer dish, possibly by Lakin    109/5
            Thistle and Rose    23/7
            Twin Obelisks with impressed mark    33/5
Lawrance, James
            Cook, King's College    66/8
            Printed mark, notes and illustration.    9/3
Leach, B. ( retailer )
            Mark recorded    3/5
Leeds Pottery, Hunslet, Yorkshire
            Camel. Jug    114/7
            Fishing Scene. Jug    102/10
            Leeds Independent Order of the Ark    116/5
            Long Bridge. Editor's note    102/12
Mausoleum. Tea bowl and saucer    148/10
Milkmaid. Saucer    154/9

            Near Currah. Cylindrical mug;    104/3; cup    114/8
            Shells & Seaweed    23/8
            Tall Door. Small plate    110/2
            Willow-type pattern    23/8
Linder & Carter
            Mark on saucer    99/12
Little, W.L, ( author )
            'Staffordshire Blue'  additional information    8/6
Liverpool, Herculaneum
            See Herculaneum
Llanelly Pottery
            Book refs    71/3
            Emigrants to Australia. Plate    148/12
            Livinium. Pickle dish    98/11
Lockett & Hulme, Lane End
            Ponte Rotto”. Source print    67/9
Lord Byron
            Child’s plate and source print     154/3
Lovicks China Emporium
            Retailer's mark noted    13/5
Lythcoe, John
            Garland”    63/8
 
 

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Maastricht Pottery
            Cavendish”. Nasturtium Border Series    96/10
Jan Dirks, Three-storied Mansion pattern    58/3
            List of patterns and information booklet    56/12; 57/11
            Note    96/3
Machin & Potts, Burslem
Angel and Trumpet prints    157/5
Cavendish”. Plate with mark of  Angel blowing
trumpet    60/7
Macintyre, James ( & Co. ), Burslem
            Two Pagodas. Vinaigrette    63/6 and 64/11
Maddock, John ( & Sons ), Burslem
            Companie & M in crowned floral cartouche    10/4
Maling, Christopher Thomas, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
            Denon's Egypt    31/10
            Pillar with Urn. Versions    144/9
            Bee Catcher. Teapot    74/7
Mare, John, Hanley
            Spode Italian on bowl    87/11
Marsh, Jacob, Burslem         
            Chinese Family II. Cup and saucer    89/6
            Cowboy and Chinese Family II    120/2
            Exeter Shards including Boy Piping    116/2
            Impressed mark    13/8
  Teapot, possible attribution    157/6
Mason, Charles James, Fenton
            Afternoon by the River (re 110/6 )    111/5
            Bible Stories Series    142/10
Bird and Peony. Custard cup    95/2
            British Lakes” Series    25/3; 26/9
Broseley Willow. Ironstone platter    157/3
          Classical Landscape. Dessert dish    101/9
            College Views. Tea wares    18/4,5,8,9
            Floral Sprays    6/7
            “Fountain”. Derivation    11/10
            James Foss ( College Cook )    104/4
            “King's College, Cambridge    9/3; 84/6;
            Patronised by Duke of Wellington. Mark    15/13
            Riverside Pavilion. Tureen stand   130/10
            Riverside Rest / Windmill    97/8
 Shepherd and Sheep.   Arcaded plate    129/10
            Turner Willow. Coffee can    94/2; vase   130/4
            Various refs    48/11; 61/10; 65/11; 74/5; 82/10
            Windmill. Clobbered border plate    136/2
Mason, Miles, Fenton
  Attribution of Stone China Mark    157/2,3,4
            Turner, Willow    133/10
Two-man Willow. Coffee can    14/7
Mason, William,
            Dish   130/2; Notes   132/11
Mattei & Flli ( retailer )
            And Primivesi    116/8
            Elucidation of Italian    117/11  
Mayer, Thomas, Burslem
            Bowl    141/3
            Canova”. Red print    78/3
            Cattle & Scenery”. Plate    14/8
“ Gem”. Plate    137/8
            “Illustrations of the Bible” Series. Details    140/4
            Mogul Scenery. Child’s plate    149/7
            Olympic Games Series. Separate list with bulletin no.    148
            Tomb of Absolom”. Dinner plate    134/11; Dish    142/11
Mayer and Newbold, Lane End
            Chalees Satoon    132/4
Meigh, Charles / Meigh, Job ( & Son ), Hanley / Hanley   
            British Cathedrals” Series    39/7
            Chinaman with Spear    21/9
            Chinese Gardner. Pickle dish    117/9
Gothic Ruins    42/7; 74/10
            “Royal Persian” ( in floral cartouche )    21/9
The Cowman. Poss. attribution    155/10
Tureen    119/7

            Three Masted Ship    21/9
            Verona”. Sale room ref.    70/10
            “Zoological Sketches” Series    61/11; 62/6; 63/11; 73/10
Meir, John, Tunstall
            See special separate edition
            “Fairy Villas”. Attribution    106/4 and 107/5
            Hagley Hall. Small plate    119/2
            Italian Scenery Series”    10/9
            Moulded border on children's plate    105/7
“Northern Scenery” Series. Derivation    10/8
            Various refs    38/2,9; 39/10; 41/3; 47/10; 49/9; 61/11;
                                    64/11; 68/2
Mexborough Rock Pottery
            Plate with Goatherd Piping    120/4  
Middlesborough Pottery, Yorkshire
            Granada. Plate    20/10

            Kirkham Priory Series. List of titles    8/8
            Romania. Jug    22/3
            Ruined Castles Series. Possible attribution    26/9
Midwinter, W.R.
            Landscape    22/9 and 23/7
Minton(s), Stoke-upon-Trent

      Abbey design. Ewer    115/9
               Apple Tree. Coffee pot    105/5
             Boston State House. Tile    97/6
            “Bouquet”. Teapot and tureen    137/5
    Bridge. Coffee pot    116/10
            “Bruce”. Bowl    113/12
            Chinese Marine”. Notes    4/3
            Claremont House. Cup and saucer   129/12
            Farmyard. Lidded box    112/11
            Four Storied Mansion    54/5
            Galloping Horse. Re-attribution    151/8
            “Genevese”. Footed bowl    102/4
            Grapes. Jelly mould    104/12
            Handles    77/9; 78/5
            Hermit / Chinoiserie Bridgeless    84/3
            Lecture by G. Priestman    115/2
            Lizard Armorial    6/7; 9/4
            “Maypole”.  Minton attribution    103/3 and 104/6
  Miniature Series
  List of patterns    12/5;
  Views from paintings by Samuel Owen    138/3

            Minton and Meigh, Royal Persian. Sauce tureen    72/8
            Ornithological Series. Meat dish    154/10
            Pinwheels and Willow. Supper segment    77/2
            Queen of Sheba II    152/6
            Quintal vase    99/7
            Stars. Three-legged bowl    102/4
            Stylised Flowers    73/2; 74/2; 137/7
            Teapot, heavy floral pattern    99/7;
  Castle Gateway series ?    138/6
            Three pattern names: Turkish Figure, Chinese Figure, Shepherd 66/3
            True Fitzhugh / Trophies    84/3
            Two-man Willow. Coffee can    14/7
            Veilleuse ( Night lamp )    83/7 
Mist, James ( retailer )
            London. Mark recorded    3/5
Montereau ( French )
            Notes    21/7
Moore, Samuel & Co., Sunderland
            Girl with Parrot. Plate and ref. to
                        E.Wood article    41/7
            Ruined Castle. Bowl    89/4
Moore, T.C.Brown-Westhead
            Daffodil / Field Flowers    122/6
Morley, Francis, & Co., Shelton, Hanley
            Caius College    65/11
Morshall, W., Sedbergh, Yorkshire
            Mark on jug base    17/10
Museums Collections
            Brighton    33/3
            Curtis, Alton, Hants    28/4
Musselburgh
            Shards    62/11; 63/5
 

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Neale, N. ( retailer )
            Leighton Buzzard    3/6         
New Hall, Shelton, Hanley
            Ref to in note of Kirkham Priory    52/11
Nicholson & Wood ( aka Wood & Nicholson ), Castleford
            Boy with a Horn    74/6
            Eton College”. Large meat dish    33/9
 
 

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Operative Union Pottery, Burslem
            Standard Willow. Pickle dish    108/5
Owen, Samuel  ( marine painter )
            137/12; 138/3
 
 

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Patterson & Co., Gateshead
            Cherubs.  Teapot    115/9
            Standard Willow.   Vegetable dish    126/5
Phillips, Edward & George, Longport
            Pastoral Scene    118/2
            Piping Shepherd    7/12
            Polish Prisoner. Platter    108/5
            “Polish Views” Series. Details 140/5
Phillips, J. Jnr Potter
            Retailer’s mark noted    12/8; 13/5
 
Phoenix Pottery
            Notes    27/3
Plymouth Pottery, South Devon
            Impressed mark     23/10
Podmore, Walker & Co., Tunstall
            Coffee pot and plate   100/7
            Exotic Birds on Nests. Wm Smith ?    73/10
            British America. Sauce tureen stand    32/8
Pountney & Allies, Bristol
            Bristol Leaves. Toast rack    63/7
            Chepstow Castle    16/Supp.15
            Richmond Bridge    16/Supp. 15
            River Avon. Source print    23/10
            “River Thames” Series    138/3; 142/2
            Sicilian”. Jug    137/9   
            Temple House”. Attribution.    17/6
            See also Bristol Pottery
Pountney & Gouldney, Bristol
            Pountney's Birds and Flowers    73/4
Pratt, F. & R. ( & Co. ), Fenton
            Italian and Native Scenery. Candle holder    39/18
            Native Scenery. Plate    91/10
Prestonpans
            See Watson, William
Primavesi, F. ( & Son ), ( retailer )

            Appeal for info    84/8
            Ashworth Bros dinner service    86/5
            Livinium. Pickle dish    98/11
            Mark    71/5
            Notes on firm    107/10; 116/8; 117/12
            Wild Rose plate    113/12

 
 

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Rainforth & Co., Holbeck, Leeds
            Note of miniature cream jug    60/4
            Parasol and Birds. Plate    108/6; Source. Plate   127/9
            Willow    85/5
Rathbone, T., Tunstall
            Mark    26/10
Rathbone, Thomas, Portobello, Scotland
            Refs    26/9 and 10; 39/14; 40/7; 50/5; 54/11; 57/5; 59/11;
         68/10; 79/11
            Small pot possibly Rathbone    149/7
Read & Clementson, Shelton, Hanley
            Passion Flower. Plate   127/4
Reed & Taylor, South Yorkshire
            Indian Bird     70/10
Regout, Petrus, & Co., Maastricht, Holland
            Amazon    127/2
            Indian Traffic    88/10
Reid, William ( & Son ), Mussleburgh, Scotland
            Bridge of Lucano    46/10
Retailers
            Marks recorded    3/5; 13/5
Ridgway ( and Partnerships ), Shelton, Hanley
            “Ancient Ruins”. Small dish    42/10
            “Arcadian Chariots”. Teapot   124/7
                Blind Boy    91/10
            Bowl on pedestal - Helical    114/12
            Bullfinch and Humbird (sic). Jug    149/7
            Chickens. Tea bowl and saucer    144/7
            Chinese Dragon. Tureen    155/2  
            City of London Tavern. Plate and ice pail    93/3; 106/8
               City Hall, New York    9/6
            College Series. “Downing College, Cambridge    11/4
            Colombia. Stone china plate    4/5
            Connay Bridge ( Conway). Plate    135/3
            Cowman. Poss.attribution    155/10
     Curling Palm. Dish    1/2
            Dish marked “Marmora” on ribbon    10/4
     Eastern Port. Bow pot    99/8
            Family Picnic. Leaf pickle    148/4
            Floral Basket   128/7
            Further refs    50/9; 55/5; 57/2; 60/4; 65/9; 67/6; 68/5; 73/5;
            76/2,5,7; 80/2; 82/6; 83/8; 83/10
            India Temple”. Also marked Ashworth    14/2
            “Italian Scenery Series”. Details    140/5
            J & W.R mark on floral plate    136/2
     Kaskerat. Platter    98/7
            Leaf pickles. Four patterns    148/4
            “Napier”. Plate    21/10
            Ottoman Empire Series. Attribution    34/5; 35/8
            Parrot Border Series. Manufacturer?    115/12
            “Pomeranian” Series. Plate    95/10
            See also “Select Views” Series
            Sibyl’s Temple, Tivoli   128/2
            Souvenir    57/2; Miniature wine cooler    155/4
            Stylised Convolvulus    109/4 and 115/3
            Swirls with Acorns and Flower    84/5
Riley, John & Richard, Burslem
            Armorial, Drapers' Company    7/7
            Basket of Flowers. Cake stand    108/7
            Country House Series. Orwell Park Suffolk    11/4
            Cowman.
     Dessert dish possibly Riley    119/6
     Poss. Attribution    155/10
            Eastern Gate. Mug    154/9
            Further refs    47/2; 54/2; 56/10; 59/12; 60/6;
                                    66/5; 68/3; 71/9
            Girl Musician. Versions    10/6; 12/7; 131/12
            Nanking”. Plate    92/7
            Sunday School mug    134/6
            Union Border Series, bowl    136/11
Robinson Bros., Burslem
            Adriatic. Plate   148/9
Robinson Wood & Brownfield, Cobridge
            Versailles    81/12
Rockingham, Swinton, Yorkshire
            See Brameld
Rogers, John, & Son, Longport
            Athens”. Notes of dinner service    22/2; Jug    113/3
            Britannia. Plate with impressed mark    2/3
            Camel II. Plate and source print    131/4
            Chinoiserie Ruins    14/2; 22/2
            Camel. Dessert dish    88/9; Supper dish    115/9
            Carnation    115/10
            Cream jug with unrecorded pattern    92/12
            Death of a Stag. Mustard pot    107/2
     Egg stand and cups    99/9
            English Views Series    20/4; Flora. Plate and mark 135/3
            Fallow Deer. Oval ring   130/8
            Further refs    39/7,13; 41/2; 47/2; 50/7; 51/6; 56/11; 57/5,11; 
                58/5; 65/7; 78/2,12; 81/4; 82/12
            Moulded border on children's plate    105/7
              Palladian Porch. Tureen    102/6
            “Ponte Rotto”. Plate    29/5
            Sauce boat    121/7
            See the Occasional Paper No.2
            Strawberry Border Series, possibly Rogers    98/11
            Sunflowers. Plate    108/7
     “The Drama” Series 
                        Dinner service etc    3/4
                        Douglas    4/5
                        Knife rests    143/5; 144/8; 
     Winter's Tale    18/10
            Toy Chinamen. Coffee and tea pots    132/3
Rollason & Son ( retailer )
            Mark    80/7; 81/11     
Rorstrand
            Blue Rose Border Series    84/9
            Dish, connection with Rogers' Views?    85/5
            Notes    82/9; 83/11
 
 

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Savage, G. and Winton ( retailer )
            Jug with arms of William of Wykeham    102/5
Scottish Potteries
            Book list    26/1
            Clyde Pottery - see above
            Geddes, J. - see above
            Portobello - see Rathbone above
            Prestonpans – see Watson, William
            Research notes    30/3
Seacombe Pottery, Wirral, Liverpool
            Note of jug shape    77/11
 
Sewell ( and Partnerships ), Newcastle-upon-Tyne
            Canovian”    56/11
            Milkmaid    61/11; 113/6
            Soap holder    134/11
            Tourist    63/10
Sharpe, Thomas, Burton-on-Trent
            Various marks noted    26/12
Shaw, Anthony, Tunstall and Burslem
            Moulded dinner plate    115/3
Shirley Thomas & Co., Greenock, Scotland
            Mansion    55/11
Shorthose ( and Partnerships ), Shelton and Hanley
            Argyll with chinoiserie pattern  99/10
            Belle Vue. Swans    89/12
            Boat and Church. Plate    132/8; Note    133/11
            Polishing a Cow. Jug and sucrier    105/9
            Porringer shaped cups    122/5
            References    45/2; 46/2; 51/11; 60/5; 66/5
            Swans. Teapot    104/10
            Wellington Hotel, Waterloo”. Three pieces    33/6
Smith, George F. ( & Co. ), Stockton-on-Tees
            Castle scene on dish    87/12
            Craigmillar Castle, Edinburgh    88/5
Smith, William & Co., Stockton-on-Tees
            Note from Piggot's Directory    106/13
            Orphans. Plate   127/10
            References    44/11; 68/12; 71/9; 73/10
South Wales Pottery, Llanelly
            Plate and identification    109/10 and 110/7
Southern Union Pottery
            Six footed teapot    153/12; Likely attribution    154/2
Sowter ( Mexborough )
            Lion, Unicorn and Vulture    78/8
            Note on chinoiserie patterns    106/11
            Parasol, Bridge and Pagoda. Salt shaker    120/4
Spode, Stoke-upon-Trent
            Aesop's Fables” Series. List    25/5; 26/3
            Antique Fragments at Limisso. Comport    98/5
            Armorial plate, 'Fortiter Defendit Triumphans'    17/6
            Bacchus Mounted on a Panther    117/6
            Bellerephon's Victory over the Chimera    117/7
     Buddleia. Heart shaped dish    114/10
            Byron Views Series. Items and pattern books    15/4,5,8
            Caramanian Series    10/3
     Carrying Home the Sheep. Square dish    110/4
            Castle. Cup plates    112/2
            Church at Waterloo. Cosmetic pot and sugar box    95/4
            Finden's Engravings    15/3
            Fisherman with Nets    24/2
            Flying Pennant    101/8
            Geranium

  Pickle dish    104/10
  Reversible supper set    97/2
  Source print by Curtis   125/2
  Girl at the Well. Bowl    90/8
   Gloucester”. Egg cup 87/6; Stand    99/8
   Greek
  Clobbered    23/9

                        Marked example    137/3
                        Pattern book    15/5
                        Review    135/4
            Heracles Fighting Hippolyta    117/6
            Indian Sporting Series 
  Composite with hare and dog    29/4
                        Decoy Elephants    10/2
                        Original water-colours    15/5
            Italian. Butter churn    137/10
            Limited edition plate    85/3
            Love Chase. Teapot creamer, slop bowl    104/3
            Mongolian Warrior. Suggested name    125/10
            Pearl River House. Teapot    95/7
            References    38/6; 39/16; 42/3; 44/3; 49/4,11,12;
                              51/ 2,3,10,11; 52/7; 53/2,6,6; 57/9;59/3,8,9,10,11; 61/12;
                                        66/10; 67/8; 69/6,12; 70/6; 73/12; 78/4,8; 83/3
            Rhine Series    23/2; 137/4
            Rock. Beaker    89/12
            Severn Series    23/2
            Standard Willow. Pickle dishes and strainer    121/9
            Tall Door. Plate    113/10
            Three Figures in Battle    117/7
            Tiber.    4/2; 109/5; Supper set centrepiece    137/6
            Tower. Two versions noted    5/6
            Two Temples I    93/11
            Willow & Peonies    24/2
               Woodman    24/5; 28/9
            Wreath for a Victor    117/6
            Zebra. Square tureen    115/5
            Zeus in his Chariot    117/7
Staffordshire Potters
            Extracts from S.Shaw's History    23/4; 29/2
            1815 tippling notice    5/2
Stefanidi, Th.
            Plate and mark    143/10
Stepney Pottery
            Albion    46/3
            Milkmaid and Piping Shepherds    112/2
            Notes    24/4
Stevenson, Andrew / Stevenson, Ralph, Cobridge / Cobridge
            Acorn and Oak Leaf Border Series. Tureen and print    132/5
            Amport House, Hampshire”    22/3
            “Ancient Greece”.    8/7
            Border from Rogers. Bowl    139/8
            British Lakes” Series    25/3
            “British Views” Series    18/6
            Charlie Chaplin’s fence    108/9
            Children Bathing    114/5
            Children Petting Dog. Sugar bowl    136/8
            Chinaman with Rocket    106/6
            Chinese Market Stall. Tureen possibly Stevenson    144/12
            Chinoiserie Bridgeless    3/7
            Drainer marked 'Stevenson Warranted'    14/10
     “Fonthill Abbey, Wiltshire”. Shards    120/9
            Goat Carting. Cup and saucer   129/5
            Harp on tea bowl and saucer    90/3
            Impressed mark used    11/9
            “Millennium”.  Plate    106/3
            Other refs    39/13; 42/5,8,9; 44/6; 48/12; 50/10; 52/2,4,6; 54/12; 60/6; 71/7
            “Netley Abbey”. Teapot    140/9
            Palestine”. Dinner plate    92/6; 133/2
            Pastoral Amusement. Plate    144/2
            Rural Views Series. List and illust.    29/9
            Ship, 3-masted. Mark    21/9
     “The Rookery, Surrey    113/7; 114/12
            Washbowl    140/2
Stubbs, Joseph, Longport
            Goldfinch. Sucrier    116/8
            Milkmaid. Sucrier    113/6
         Piping Shepherd. Sucrier    116/8
            Rome or Tiber    49/4
         Spreadeagle Border Series. Two plates 91/11   
Sunderland Potteries
            See Dixon, Austin & Co
Swannell, William  ( Cook, Magdalene College )
            Plate with name on front reserve    104/5
Swansea
            See also Cambrian / Baker,Bevans & Irwin / Dillwyn
            Attributions   151/11; Response on loose sheet with 152
            Boy on a Buffalo   126/2
            Cabbage leaf moulded mug    146/10
            Caught Fish    152/8   
            Chain and Knotted Rope Border    122/3
            Chinese Family in Garden    156/10
            Chinese Procession. Mug    141/9; 142/9
            Chinoiserie Palm. Mug    156/10
            Chinoiserie patterns on bowls   127/3
            Chocolate pot    35/11
            Cosmetic pot    94/12
            Crumlin Viaduct    101/2
            Dancing Fishermen    90/12
            Duke of York. Mug    147/4
            Elephant and Howdah. Coffee pot and cups   126/3, 4
            Exotic Birds on teabowl and saucer, also dish    156/7
            Fan, Lattice and Lace Edge and Half Ovals border   126/3
            Fitzhugh. Punch pot   126/3
            Flagbearer II. Mug    156/10
            Flask    99/9
            Floral Bouquets. Two mugs    147/4
            Geometric. Plate    120/6
            Girl at the Well. Back stamp on teapot    119/9
            God Save the King 1789. Loving cup    149/5
            Hollins items    121/5
            Hunting with Cheetahs. Mugs    121/10
            'J.F.Glycornwg Hotel'. Jug    89/3
            Ladies with Bird and Cage    89/5
            Lady with Parasol. Meat drainer    145/12; Large jug   127/8
            La Guillotine. Mug    147/4
            Laughing Dog. Coffee pot    133/10
            Little Deer. Jug    145/10; 146/2
            Long Bridge. Puzzle jug    102/7; Patty pan    145/11
            Lyre and Horn   126/4
            Madame La Guillotine. Mug    101/4
            Man on a Sampan. Jug    150/6
            Men with Landing Net. Tea bowl   126/4   
            Musical Trophies. Coffee pot   126/3
            Other refs    41/3; 50/4; 55/6,9; 56/11; 58/10; 59/5;
                                    69/7; 71/2; 73/7
            Peacocks    98/2
            Pheasant Shooting. Slop bowl shards    118/8
            Polmesk Borders    150/8
            Precarious Chinaman
                        - bowl   124/5; 126/2 - tea bowl   126/4
            Prince of Wales’ Feathers. Coffee pot   126/3
            Pultney Bridge, Bath. Jug    106/12
            Puzzle jug    26/2
            Quiver full of arrows. Coffee cup   126/4
            Research on butter tub    106/12
            “St Michael’s Mount”. Mug    147/4
            Sheep Shearer re-named   124/6
            Shell dishes    119/5
            Ship. Plate   126/3
            Stable Door. Teapot    123/8; 124/6; Lidded pot   129/9
            Striped Parasol. Mug    122/4
            Swan and Flying Bird. Plate    134/2
            Swans. Plate    114/8
            Tall Lantern Carrier. Jug    150/6
            Tea kettle with chinoiserie pattern    99/10
     The Mill. Teapot and cream jug    118/7
            Tintern Abbey?    95/8
            Transferware II. Book review    139/5
            Trophies   126/3
            Two Chinese Fishermen. Punch bowl    149/8; 150/6
            Two eye baths    137/5
            Two pots    93/5
            Venus Clipping the Wings of Cupid    148/6; Teapot    148/9
            Welsh Girl at the Well    118/6
            Willow Nankin    152/9
            Woman with Parasol. Jug    118/7
Swillington Bridge Pottery
            Chinese Marine    5/4
Swinton, South Yorkshire
            Coffee cup    145/11
            Rocking Horse    39/15; 40/7; 41/8
 
 

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Tams, William S., Hanley
            Fruit and Scrolls. Plate    90/5
            Printed mark, possibly a dealer     3/6
            Ruined Castle    4/7; 9/3
  The Philosopher    96/10
            Urn    90/6
            View, possibly of Broke Hall    3/2
Taylor Harrison & Co.
            Ornate Pagodas. Impressed mark and dish   128/3
            Small dish with impressed mark T.H. & Co    37/4
Thomson, John ( & Sons ), Glasgow
            Peacock”. Large dish    82/4
Todd & Shortridge, Glasgow ( printers )
            Notes    28/9
Turner ( and Family ), Longton
            Fenced Garden    94/10
            House on the Bridge    13/3
References    42/11; 49/7; 70/6; 71/8; 73/5
            Villager/Ladyday/A Bailiff's Report. Plate    93/4 and 94/3   
            Willow and M. Mason    133/10
Twigg, Joseph ( & Bros ), Swinton, Yorkshire
            Italian Views Series    21/4
            Picking Apples    4/8
            “Progress of the Loaf” - The Sower    96/8
            References    39/3; 43/3; 44/11
 

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Utzschneider & Cie, Sarrequemines
            Yeddo dinner plate    85/7
 

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Verreville Pottery
            See Geddes
 

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W & B.
            Chinese Gardener. Impressed mark    6/6
Wallace, James & Co., Newcastle-upon-Tyne
            British Views” Series    139/4
            Horses and Ruins    63/7
            Rural Scenery”    9/9; 74/10; 142/3
Walsh
            Broseley. Jug    152/7
            Mausoleum of Sultan Purveiz. Possible attribution    151/12
            Meat dishes with under-glaze blue mark    47/9
Wanton, Neff, & Co. Louisville ( retailer )
            Albany”. Retailer stamp    121/10
Wardle
            Arcadian Chariots”. Planter   125/12
Watson, William, Prestonpans, Scotland
            Ewer    34/6
            Jug depicting lady spinning. Derivation    27/3; 30/8
Wedgwood, Josiah, Burslem
            Blue Bamboo. Butter tub    85/11
            Blue Rose Border Series. Tureen    132/7
            Botanical Series    17/8; 26/12; 30/6; 31/5; 35/12
            Chinese Temples   124/11; 125/4
            Gardener and Butterfly. Plate     120/4
            Italianate Chinoiserie    5/5
Mount Bellow, Galway, Ireland. Plate   130/9
            Pagoda. Cup    146/4
Pearl River House. Tea bowl    95/7
            Query re mark    134/2
            “Surseya Ghant, Khanpore”. Plate    120/10
            Various refs    40/8; 57/9; 62/7; 65/9; 75/10;
                        78/9; 80/8; 81/3; 83/6
Wedgwood, Ralph, Burslem and Ferrybridge
            Caught Fish. Source print    135/5
            Four Classical Ladies. Note on attribution 147/11
            Notes on business    148/6; Extended comments    149/2
            Tea bowl ( or J. Heath ? )   86/8
West Pans, Mussleburgh, Scotland
            Child's sample cup and saucer    117/10
            Warrior and Lady. Jug    144/11; Tea canister    147/12
Whitehaven, Cumbria
            Amoy    77/10
            Fourteen patterns     86/12
            Nursery plates    114/11
            Simple Garland    75/11
            Small bowl possibly Whitehaven, cursive 'M'    114/11
Wilkinson, John
            See Whitehaven
Wilson, David, Hanley
            Stand for six pewter pots    89/8 and 90/2
Wolfe, Thomas ( & Hamilton ), Stoke-on-Trent
            Buffalo. Various wares    34/2; 46/7; 146/2; 147/6
Chinese Flagbearers. Comport    108/12
            Details of design    147/2
Wood, John Wedg(e), Burslem
  Hibernia Series. Listed on loose sheet with no.    148
Wood & Brettel, Tunstall
            Birds Nest    69/10; Dinner plate   127/4
            Bridge and Pagoda. Plate with impressed mark   128/6
            Standard Willow. Small muffin with impressed mark   128/6  
Wood & Challinor, Tunstall
            Castle of Beaucair”. Plate    133/5
            Continental Series listed on loose sheet with no.    148
            Lake of  Como    65/9
            “Viege”    49/9
            Wesley    66/2
Wood, Enoch, & Sons, Burslem
            Abbey View in Yorkshire. Plate    140/4
            “The Beach at Brighton”. Source    117/2
            Belsay Castle, Northumberland”. Dish    101/12
            Belzoni”    31/9
            Boston State House. Dinner plate    91/5
            Building with Covered Terrace. Plate    92/7
            “Castle Forbes, Aberdeenshire”    93/11
            Cokethorpe Park, Oxfordshire”. Relish dish    94/4
            Cupid Patterns    92/8; 93/12
            Dorney Court, Buckinghamshire”. Arcaded stand    101/8
            English Cities” Series. Plate and print    107/8
            “Erith on the Thames”. Tureen stand    93/2
            Floral Border Series. Detailed    150/2
            Gnoll Castle, Glamorgan. Broth bowl    94/2
            “Harewood House, Yorkshire”. Dish    94/4
            “Hollywell Cottage, Cavan”. Footbath    94/2
            “Lambton Hall, Durham    28/4; 96/8
            London Views Series    5/7
            Ocelot and Lynx. Platter    139/3
            Pointer and Quail. Plate    142/10
            Polar Bear    4/5; 35/6
            Rochester Castle
     oval tureen stand    97/7
              source print    104/6
            “Ross Castle, Monmouthshire”    148/4
            Sheepshearer. Saucer    145/6
            Sherbourn Castle, Oxfordshire ( sic ) and others    99/4
            “Shirley House, Surrey”. Cup plate    93/12; 96/9
            Sleigh Ride. Tea bowl and saucer    95/3
            Spring-Vale, Staffs    97/4
            “Sproughton Chantry, Suffolk    101/2
            Various refs    31/9; 37/9; 41/4; 45/9; 51/11; 53/9; 63/6; 
                67/12; 72/4; 77/5; 74/11; 79/2,12; 81/9
            Wardour Castle, Wiltshire”   96/9
            Washington by Canova    121/12
            Whitby. Plate and print    111/7
Wood, John, & Co., Ouseburn, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
            Notes    24/4
Woolley, Richard, Longton
            Ornate Pagodas    79/10; 126/7; Ashet   128/3
Worcester
            Patterns associated and tea service illustrated    29/7
Wright, William, Tunstall
            Chinese Flowering Pot with incised mark    22/10
 
 

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Yeddo
            Plate with mark U & C Sarreguemines    85/7
 
 

     

Wood teapot

Sleigh ride by Enoch Wood