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Jackson and Sons, Walsall Road, Cannock

Jackson and Sons, boot manufacturers and leather merchants. This photograph was taken just prior to the shop's demolition in 1964.

James Alsop, silk manufacturer, Leek

James Alsop was born 29 March 1806 in Newton Abbott, in Devon. By the 1841 census he was living in Leek with his occupation listed as ‘Silk Manufacturer’. He went into partnership with James Gaunt Robins, ...

James and Harriett Dyche

James Dyche (born Stafford 1852) and his wife Harriett (nee Ward, born Abbots Bromley 1852). They were married at St Mary's Church, Stafford in 1877 and this photograph was probably taken shortly afterwards. James ...

James Gibbons Ltd., Wolverhampton

Women factory workers at James Gibbons Ltd, Wolverhampton, in the early 1970s. The photograph comes from a file relating to apprentices, so it may be that the ladies in this shot are undertaking some ...

James Green & Nephew Ltd., Newport Street, Burslem

This ceramic factory was constructed between 1832 and 1878. It has three storeys with two wings. There is a two storey rear projection and courtyard.

James Kent's Old Foley Pottery, King Street, Longton

James Kent's Old Foley Pottery on King Street. Foley is a small district sandwiched between Fenton and Longton and there was a pottery here in the eighteenth century. The works, now demolished, was between ...

James Meakin, Darlaston Hall

A carte-de-visite studio portrait of James Meakin (1830-1885), director of the pottery firm J & G Meakin. He bought Darlaston Hall, near Stone,from the Jervis family in 1880. The hall remained in the ...

James Watt

James Watt (1736-1819), Scottish inventor and mechanical engineer. As Boulton & Watt, he formed a successful partnership with Matthew Boulton, who owned the Soho Foundry works near Birmingham. He is ...

James Watt

James Watt (1736-1819), Scottish inventor and mechanical engineer. As Boulton & Watt, he formed a successful partnership with Matthew Boulton, who owned the Soho Foundry works near Birmingham. He is famous ...

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Glazed Stoneware. H. 4.5 x W. 7.0 cm. Small squat stoneware jar, thrown and turned by Bernard Leach at St. Ives, Cornwall, England. Celadon glaze with incised decoration, base unglazed.

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Glazed Stoneware. H. 4.1 x W.2.5 cm. Squat miniature jar, thrown and turned by George Cox at Mortlake, Surrey, England. White and Mottled blue/green glaze, base unglazed.

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Glazed Stoneware. H. 4.3 x W. 3.9cm. Small stoneware jar, thrown and turned at the Leach Pottery, St. Ives, Cornwall. Celadon glaze, base unglazed.

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c.1920-1923 Glazed Stoneware H. 5.5 x W.4.3 cm Miniature stoneware jar, thrown and turned by Shoji Hamada at St Ives, Cornwall, England. Stylised wax resist floral decoration, brown/black ...

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Glazed Stoneware. H.12.3 x W.11.5 cm. Stoneware jar with a wide belly and an open mouth, thrown and turned by William Staite Murray at Rotherhithe, London, England. Cream glaze with specks of ...

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Glazed Stoneware. H. 8.3 x W. 7.2cm. Stoneware jar which has been thrown and turned at the Leach Pottery, St. Ives, Cornwall. Matt brown glaze on the exterior, wax resist crescents, base unglazed....

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c.1920-1923. Glazed Stoneware. H. 13.6 x W.8.6 cm Stoneware jar on foot. Thrown and turned by Shoji Hamada, decorated by Henry Bergen, at St Ives, Cornwall, England. Brown/black tenmoku glaze, ...

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Reginald Haggar 1905 - 1988. Jar. 1981.P.573. c. 1929-1930. Glazed earthenware. Small earthenware jar and cover. Undecorated, but glazed. Low globular body with moulded horizontal fluting, two ...

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c.1920-1923 Glazed Stoneware H. 6.4 x W. 5.2 cm Small stoneware jar, thrown and turned by Shoji Hamada at St Ives, Cornwall. England. All over opaque grey green glaze with specks of iron oxide ...