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Butterfield Place, Tunstall

The photograph is looking west along Butterfield Place towards Tunstall High Street. Butterfield Place was originally known as Amicable Street. On the right is the side and rear of Tunstall Town Hall ...

Coffee set

'Barbecue' pattern coffee set by Wedgwood and Sons of Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent.

Cup and saucer

'Hermes' cup and saucer produced by Wedgwood of Tunstall.

Enoch Wedgwood factory, Brownhills Road, Tunstall

The Brownhills are lies north of the road from Longport to Tunstall. The Enoch Wedgwood factory was on the eastern side of Brownhills Road, between Richard's Tiles (Brownhills Tile) Works and Pinnox ...

Enoch Wedgwood's factory, Brownhills Road, Tunstall

The south side and rear of Enoch Wedgwood's factory on Brownhills Road in Tunstall. The factory dates from 1889 and there was originally a line of seven bottle kilns. The site has been cleared.

Milk jug

'Fanfare' milk jug produced by Wedgwood & Co of Tunstall, designed by Albert Wragg. Wedgwood & Co were founded at the Unicorn Pottery and Pinnox Works in 1840 by Enoch and Jabez Wedgwood, distant relatives ...


Plate, 'Bois de Boulogne' by Albert Wragg for Wedgwood & Co. of Tunstall.

Richardson's Pottery, Gibson Street, Tunstall

A G Robinson's Gordon Pottery was in the area bounded by Pinnox Street and Gibson Street in Tunstall. The photograph shows bottle ovens from Gibson Street. Bottle ovens varied in their precise design, ...

Unicorn Pottery, Scotia Road, Tunstall

The Unicorn works on Amicable Street (now Butterfield Place) and Scotia Road date from the 1850s and had passed through a number of hands before becoming part of Johnson Brothers (Hanley) Ltd in 1956. ...