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The Wildblood family, Blythe Colour Works, Cresswell

Frederick Wildblood (seated) was the founder and owner of the Blythe Colour Works at Cresswell, set up to provide colours, enamels and glazes for the pottery industry. He lived at Ash House on Cheadle ...

Universal Grinding Wheel Co. Ltd., Stafford

Front cover of 'Useful Grinding Data', a book produced by Universal Grinding Wheel Co. Ltd. of Stafford. The Universal Grinding Wheel Co. was established on Doxey Road in 1913. The offices opened ...

Visit by the Princess Royal to Evode, Stafford

Outside the entrance to the Laboratory block. Managing Director Nigel Crouch is shaking hands with the Princess Royal. On Nigel's left is Technical Director Neil McDonald. To the right is Andrew Simon....

Visit by the Princess Royal to Evode, Stafford

The Princess Royal on her way to the Main Reception which is just a few steps ahead, on Her right. To the right is Andrew Simon.

Visit by the Princess Royal to Evode, Stafford

The Princess Royal, having received a posy of flowers is, carefully holding them whilst heading to the main reception of Evode Ltd., Stafford, with Andrew Simon to the right.

Visit by the Princess Royal to Evode, Stafford

The Princess Royal signing the visitors' book in reception at Evode Ltd., Stafford. Seated is receptionist Mrs Ann Brittain with invited employees witnessing.

Visitors at Blythe Colour Works, Cresswell

Members of Staffordshire Moorlands District Council's Planning Committee at Blythe Colour Works in 1975. they are pictured outside the Office Building, built in 1938. The manufacture of underglaze ...

Visitors at Blythe Colour Works, Creswell

The visit of Stoke-on-Trent's Lord Mayor Cllr Doug Brown JP and Lady Mayoress, pictured here with Linda Mayer in the Offices at Blythe Colour Works. The manufacture of underglaze colours in Cresswell ...

Visitors at Blythe Colour Works, Creswell

The visit of Stoke-on-Trent's Lord Mayor Cllr Doug Brown JP and Lady Mayoress to Blythe Colour Works in 1979. On the left is Bill Myatt, on the right in the white coat is John Goddard. The manufacture ...

Visitors from Japan, Blythe Colour Works, Cresswell

Pictured at the Blythe Colour Works site are S. Hayashi (Hayashi and Co. Ltd, Japan) and H. Tsuji (Ina Seito Co, Ltd. Japan). The manufacture of underglaze colours in Cresswell began in 1870, when ...

Visitors from Taiwan, Blythe Colour Works, Cresswell

Taiwanese visitors to Blythe Colour Works in 1975. In the background is the Office Building built in 1938. From left to right: J. Gouw (of H. Rogers, Singapore), Ron Rushton, C. Wu (Sinliang Trading, ...

Visitors, Blythe Colour Works, Cresswell

Visitors to Blythe Colour Works pictured outside the Office Building, built in 1938. From left to right: Ron Rushton, Mr and Mrs Handaya (Pt Pabrik Gelas Elok, Indonesia), Sr Jose Carlos Rebello da Silva ...

Vistors to Blythe Colour Works, Cresswell

A visiting sales party pictured at Blythe Colour Works. The manufacture of underglaze colours in Cresswell began in 1870, when a small works was set up by Pigott and Scarratt, pharmaceutical chemists. ...

Walker Brothers Oil Tanker, Leek

Walker Brothers Oil Tanker on a railway siding Leek Brook Junction. In 1928 Walker Brothers Oil became William Walker and Sons (Hanley) Limited and until the end of the Second World War the company ...

Wenger's Colour Works, Etruria, Stoke-on-Trent

Wenger's Ceramic Colour and Chemical Works on Etruria Road, at the bottom of Basford Bank. The works lay between Garner Street and the railway station at Etruria, the signals can be seen to the left ...

Wenger's Colour Works, Etruria, Stoke-on-Trent

Wenger's Ceramic Colour and Chemical works offices seen from outside the entrance to Etruria Station. The old Etruria Road runs across the bottom of the photograph with the railway bridge in the centre. ...