Johnson Matthey's Ceramic Laboratory, Nile Street, Burslem.

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Date:November 1963

Description:Johnson Matthey's ceramic research laboratory was at the top of Nile Street in Burslem. Off to the left is Mayer Bank and to the right of Johnson Matthey's was Holy Trinity Church (demolished in 1959). The buildings behind and to the right are part of Royal Doulton's works. Johnson Matthey, whom later merged with Cookson's, specialised in colours and decorating products for the ceramics industry. The research laboratory building became Doulton's shop after the main works was closed.

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Creators: Mr Bert Bentley - Creator

Image courtesy of: Stoke on Trent City Archives.

Donor ref:SD1480/107-16 (204/35465)

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