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English Dry-bodied Stoneware, Wedgwood and Contemporary Manufacturers 1774-1830

This publication has been used 13 times in our system.

Connected records

Jug

C.8-1985

Maker(s)

Probably John Ridgway & Co. (Factory)
Perhaps John and William Ridgway (Factory)

Beer jug with greyhound handle

C.48-1981

Maker(s)

Phillips & Bagster (Production)
Perhaps Abington, James Leonard (Modeller)

Howe & Nelson commemorative vase

C.28-2006

Maker(s)

Probably Chetham & Woolley (Factory)

Game pie dish

C.28 & A & B-1912

Maker(s)

Josiah Wedgwood & Sons (Factory)

Blue jasper teapot with Fox and Lion sprigs

C.1 & A-1908

Maker(s)

Neale & Co. (Factory)
(alternative name) James Neale & Co.
(alternative name) Neale & Wilson

Blue jasper tea set

EC.31-1942

Maker(s)

Adams, William (Pottery)

Small jug or mustard pot

C.863-1984

Maker(s)

Adams, William (Pottery)
Law, Thomas (Silversmith)

Blue lined 'Castleford-type' teapot, hinged cover

C.720 & A-2016

Maker(s)

Possibly John Glass (Factory)

Pedestal

MAR.C.11-1912

Maker(s)

Wedgwood, Josiah (Factory)

George IV jug with lion handle

C.41-1981

Maker(s)

Possibly Phillips & Bagster (Pottery)
Perhaps Abington, James Leonard (Modeller)

‘Pastry turkey’ tureen

C.29 & A-2013

Maker(s)

John and William Turner (Pottery)

Tea pot

C.1125 & A-1928

Maker(s)

Unidentified Staffordshire factory (Production)

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