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Howard Pottery, Norfolk Street, Hanley

Looking eastwards along Norfolk Street in Shelton. At the bottom ate the backs of houses on Harcourt Street. Norfolk Pottery is on the right and backed onto the Caldon Canal, which is just off the photograph ...

Howlett's Firecaly pit, Cobridge

In the foreground is Howlett's fireclay pit and behind the lower slopes of Hanley Deep Pit spoil tip. The Bassey Mine Coal seam outcrops in the fireclay pit and was being worked alongside the clay. The ...

Howson's bottle ovens, Eastwood Works, Hanley

George Howson & Sons were manufacturers of sanitary ware at the Eastwood Works in Hanley. The company started in the 1860s and was finally sold to Armitage Shanks in 1966. The photograph shows the bottle ...

Howson's Eastwood Sanitary Works, Clifford Street, Hanley

This photograph shows the rear of the Eastwood Sanitary Works in Clifford Street. This side of the factory ran down to the Caldon Canal. The works was operated by George Howson & Sons from 1867 until ...

Howson's Pottery on the Caldon Canal, Hanley

This photograph shows the rear of G. Howson's Eastwood pottery works on the Caldon Canal. George Howson's produced sanitary ware in Hanley between 1867 and 1966, when then factory was sold to Armitage ...

Howson's Sanitary Ware works, Clifford Street, Hanley

The main entrance to George Howson's bathroom and sanitary ware factory in Clifford Street, off Lichfield Street in Hanley. The works was known as the Eastwood Works and occupied the land between Clifford ...

Howson's Sanitary ware, Lichfield Street, Hanley

The photograph shows the rear entrance to George Howson's Sanitary ware works in Lichfield Street, Hanley. George Howson set up his Eastwood Sanitary Works in Hanley in 1865-67 backing onto the Caldon ...

HRH Prince of Wales' visit to Bass, Burton-on-Trent

Prince Edward VIII and party leaving a Bass building in No. 2 Brewery, following a tour with Colonel John Gretton. He was visiting the town as part of its Jubilee celebrations. He arrived at Bass's Meadow ...

Hudson & Middleton Pottery Works, Longton

One of the bottle ovens at Hudson and Middleton's Sutherland Works, Longton, photographed on the roof of the works. Hudson and Middleton operated from the Sutherland Works on Normacot Road from 1941 ...

Hudson & Middleton's Sutherland China Works, Normacot Road, Longton

The front of the Sutherland China Works of Hudson and Middleton on Normacot Road in Longton. The works are on the south side of the road, opposite St James's Church. Farther down on the left, the building ...

Hunger on the Home Front - A satyrical document from the Enoch Wood scrapbook

Wartime In times of war, the fortunes of both tradespeople and townspeople could nose-dive - and in 1812 the Potteries were feeling the intense strain of Britain's long war with Napoleon's France. Soup ...

Hurlstone, printer, bookseller and stationer, Eccleshall

E.J. Hurlstone's shop on High Street, Eccleshall. They were printers, booksellers, stationers and also had a fancy goods department. The shop is now (2020) occupied by Eccleshall Pharmacy. Edward ...

Huzza!! Kidcrew Again! Kidcrew Again! An appeal for blackleg workers from the Enoch Wood scrapbook

In the early 1830s early trade unions faced a struggle to gain the recognition of employers, and their members were often treated harshly. An appeal for knobsticks A 'gentleman of the pit' in this ...

In arrears - Document from the Enoch Wood Scrapbook

This note from Charles Bagnall and Thomas Byerly requests payment in arrears of 3 guineas towards a subscription scheme. This sum has been owed by the recipient since 1790. About this Document This ...

In the ale stores, Bass, Burton-on-Trent

This man is pegging stores casks. Using pincers he has just pulled out a peg releasing a spurt of beer from the bung.

Incense Burner

Glazed Stoneware. H. 11.5 x W. 12.4cm. Stoneware tripod incense burner with three raised flanges which refer to ancient bronze forms, sung dynasty longquan ware. Celadon crackle glaze with gold ...

Incense Burner

Glazed Stoneware. H. 15.8 x W. 12.5 cm. Stoneware incense burner, base thrown and turned with incised decoration of the plough constellation, cover modelled and incised with decoration of a cormorant ...

Incense Burner

c.1920-1923 Glazed Stoneware H. 5.7 x W.7.3 cm Stoneware incense burner on three feet, thrown and turned by Shoji Hamada at St Ives, Cornwall, England. Tenmoku glaze, feet unglazed.