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Pottery Collection

Background imagePottery Collection: Reproducing Roman pottery at Ashtead, Surrey. Roman ideas for modern households

Reproducing Roman pottery at Ashtead, Surrey. Roman ideas for modern households. A potter at work making reproductions. 28th August 1926

Background imagePottery Collection: A smokey view with the typical scene of bottle ovens and kilns during the industrial

A smokey view with the typical scene of bottle ovens and kilns during the industrial period of Stoke on Trent - Pottery - Potteries - Pot Banks Picture taken circa 1950

Background imagePottery Collection: Maling pottery works, women applying transfers ahead of forthcoming royal coronation of

Maling pottery works, women applying transfers ahead of forthcoming royal coronation of King Edward VIII, September 1936

Background imagePottery Collection: Eric Owen, chief modeller at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent

Eric Owen, chief modeller at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent, creating a vase to a clients specifications. In the foreground are models for a vegetable dish and coffee pots. 1946

Background imagePottery Collection: A group of female workers at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent

A group of female workers at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent, remove newly created articles from their moulds after the liquid state clay was poured in and left to stand for half an hour

Background imagePottery Collection: Tuesday is market day in the small seaside resort of Criccieth, Gwynedd, in North Wales

Tuesday is market day in the small seaside resort of Criccieth, Gwynedd, in North Wales, when traders erect their stalls on the common, and residents and visitors alike search for bargains

Background imagePottery Collection: Occupational Therapy held at Mill Hill Emergency Hospital

Occupational Therapy held at Mill Hill Emergency Hospital. No location mentioned, but there is a Mill Hill in North London which looks correct for this picture

Background imagePottery Collection: Princess Margaret visits the Spode works, Stoke on Trent

Princess Margaret visits the Spode works, Stoke on Trent. Pictured, pottery gilder Tom Lymer, at work on Princess Margrets teapot. 1st July 1970

Background imagePottery Collection: Princess Margaret visits Stoke on Trent. Pictured, Princess Margaret watching pottery

Princess Margaret visits Stoke on Trent. Pictured, Princess Margaret watching pottery workers at the Spode works. 1st July 1970

Background imagePottery Collection: Worker operating a pottery lathe in Doultons Pottery Factory, Lambeth, London

Worker operating a pottery lathe in Doultons Pottery Factory, Lambeth, London. 5th April 1932

Background imagePottery Collection: Seller of the teapot is Mr. Fred Potts, of Gorton, Manchester

Seller of the teapot is Mr. Fred Potts, of Gorton, Manchester, who has been trading in pottery for twenty-five years, and finds his name to be an excellent advertisement

Background imagePottery Collection: Bilston Pottery 1958 A worker inspects the controls for the electrical operated

Bilston Pottery 1958 A worker inspects the controls for the electrical operated kiln at the Bilston Pottery

Background imagePottery Collection: Potter Bridget Appleby and the staff of the Briglin Pottery Crawford Street, Marylebone

Potter Bridget Appleby and the staff of the Briglin Pottery Crawford Street, Marylebone, London, showing of their Harold Wilson commemoration mugs

Background imagePottery Collection: Bilston Pottery 1958 The team measuring and cutting clay for the manufacture of

Bilston Pottery 1958 The team measuring and cutting clay for the manufacture of flower pots at the Bilston Pottery

Background imagePottery Collection: Bilston Pottery 5th May 1958 Women in the drying room loading flower pots ready to

Bilston Pottery 5th May 1958 Women in the drying room loading flower pots ready to be fired

Background imagePottery Collection: Bilston Pottery 5th May 1958 Moulding flower pot saucers at the Bilston Pottery

Bilston Pottery 5th May 1958 Moulding flower pot saucers at the Bilston Pottery

Background imagePottery Collection: Bilston Pottery 5th May 1958

Bilston Pottery 5th May 1958

Background imagePottery Collection: Bilston Pottery 5th May 1958 A potter seen here throwing a large flower pot at

Bilston Pottery 5th May 1958 A potter seen here throwing a large flower pot at the Bilston Pottery

Background imagePottery Collection: Bilston Pottery 1958 Loading flower pots into the kiln for firing at the Bilston

Bilston Pottery 1958 Loading flower pots into the kiln for firing at the Bilston Pottery

Background imagePottery Collection: Bilston Pottery 1958 Glazed flower pots being readied for the final firing

Bilston Pottery 1958 Glazed flower pots being readied for the final firing

Background imagePottery Collection: Picture shows, a Tea Cup. In 1961. Picture originally taken for a Daily

Picture shows, a Tea Cup. In 1961. Picture originally taken for a Daily Mirror feature asking " Should a worker have a cuppa"

Background imagePottery Collection: Potter Bridget Appleby seen here in here Crawford Street, Marylebone, London studio

Potter Bridget Appleby seen here in here Crawford Street, Marylebone, London studio, putting the finishing touches on a Harold Wilson commemoration mug to mark the resignation of the Prime Minister

Background imagePottery Collection: Unemployed men gather stones for use in the potteries

Unemployed men gather stones for use in the potteries
****BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE**** Unemployed men gather stones for use in the potteries. Location where this picture was taken is unknown. Picture taken circa 1st October 1933

Background imagePottery Collection: Real Madrid football players after the presentation of a magnificent matador

Real Madrid football players after the presentation of a magnificent matador and bull in Royal Doulton pottery that was presented to the President of Real Madrid

Background imagePottery Collection: Ash being cleared from a group of potters kilns in Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire

Ash being cleared from a group of potters kilns in Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire. 4th April 1937

Background imagePottery Collection: Throwing a pot in traditional fashion... professional potter Mr Shaun Pickard

Throwing a pot in traditional fashion... professional potter Mr Shaun Pickard demonstrates his skills to pupils at Meltham Junior, Infant and Nursery School

Background imagePottery Collection: Manchester - Long Millgate, Poets Corner, November 1948. P000201

Manchester - Long Millgate, Poets Corner, November 1948. P000201

Background imagePottery Collection: Pottery Factory in Stoke on Trent, circa 1946

Pottery Factory in Stoke on Trent, circa 1946

Background imagePottery Collection: Pottery Factory in Stoke on Trent, circa 1946

Pottery Factory in Stoke on Trent, circa 1946

Background imagePottery Collection: A potters shop in Hamadan, capital city of Hamadan Province of Iran. Circa 1926

A potters shop in Hamadan, capital city of Hamadan Province of Iran. Circa 1926. Hamadan is believed to be among the oldest Iranian cities and one of the oldest in the world

Background imagePottery Collection: Bare chested Alan Dobbs who runs a pottery stall in London

Bare chested Alan Dobbs who runs a pottery stall in Londons Club Row Market checks om a Wuncer". About a million forged pound notes are believed to be in circulation in this country (1972)

Background imagePottery Collection: London Federation of Boys clubs. Cockney boys at work with French

London Federation of Boys clubs. Cockney boys at work with French and Dutch youths for a leadership course at Woodrow High House. 10th September 1947

Background imagePottery Collection: Mr J Colcough, a worker at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent

Mr J Colcough, a worker at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent, hand painting one of the china plates using a medium of turpentine, fat oil and aniseed. 1946

Background imagePottery Collection: Seventeen year old Len Mills, apprenticed turner of teapots

Seventeen year old Len Mills, apprenticed turner of teapots and teapot lids at a Stoke On Trent pottery, produces between 400 and 500 teapots in and eight and a half hour day

Background imagePottery Collection: A potter at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent, creates a vase on his spinning

A potter at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent, creates a vase on his spinning wheel, using his fingers to shape the article from the inside as well as out. 1946

Background imagePottery Collection: Mr Joseph Moss, a worker at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent

Mr Joseph Moss, a worker at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent, operating the profile for platemaking. 1946

Background imagePottery Collection: Workers at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent, set plates in 'saggars'

Workers at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent, set plates in "saggars"
Workers at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent, set plates in " saggars" containing alumina. The saggars are then sealed before being put into the oven. 1946

Background imagePottery Collection: MR Gs Oakden, a worker at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent

MR Gs Oakden, a worker at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent, marking imperfections on bowls which have just been fired, to be removed with a carborundum stone. 1946

Background imagePottery Collection: A worker at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent, pictured in the mill

A worker at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent, pictured in the mill, where glaze made of borax, lead, stone, whitening and sand and fritted together in a " frit kiln

Background imagePottery Collection: Olwyn Cotgreave, aged 20, tracing in platinum the outline of the flower design on a

Olwyn Cotgreave, aged 20, tracing in platinum the outline of the flower design on a dessert plate, one piece in the huge 161 piece dinner set ordered by the King and Queen of England for M

Background imagePottery Collection: A worker at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent, dips a newly created article into a

A worker at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent, dips a newly created article into a vat of glaze. 1946

Background imagePottery Collection: A team of painters at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent

A team of painters at the Minton China Works in Stoke On Trent, fill in the coloured portions of the design applied to the china plates. 1946

Background imagePottery Collection: The statue of Josiah Wedgwood, master potter of the 18th Century

The statue of Josiah Wedgwood, master potter of the 18th Century, facing the Railway station in Stoke On trent, Staffordshire. 28th July 1953

Background imagePottery Collection: The original Wedgwood Pottery, with canal link-up, at Etruria

The original Wedgwood Pottery, with canal link-up, at Etruria, a suburb of Stoke on trent in North Staffordshire. In the background is the Shelton Steelworks. 28th July 1953

Background imagePottery Collection: Traditional pottery 'bottle ovens'are seen in this view of Hanley in

Traditional pottery "bottle ovens"are seen in this view of Hanley in
Traditional pottery " bottle ovens" are seen in this view of Hanley in Staffordshire. 28th July 1953

Background imagePottery Collection: Pottery making at Wattisfield Suffolk during the Second World war May 1944 Henry

Pottery making at Wattisfield Suffolk during the Second World war May 1944 Henry Watsons Pottery

Background imagePottery Collection: A potter sits at his potters wheel and throws a pot. Circa 1930

A potter sits at his potters wheel and throws a pot. Circa 1930

Background imagePottery Collection: Pottery Worker, circa 1940

Pottery Worker, circa 1940



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