Burgess and Leigh were established in 1851 in Burslem, Staffordshire, England, originally as Hulme and Booth
Mullard Antiques And Collectibles Blog Snippet Of The Day: Who were Shelley Pottery and why is their art deco pottery so coveted?
Who were Alcock, Lindley & Bloor? How are they associated with Royal Doulton?
Another blog from Mullard Antiques on Gibson’s Pottery Snippet Of The Day Number 6. Who were Gibson’s pottery? Where did they manufacture? Read to find out more!
Not many people will probably have heard of the Staffordshire based George Clews & Co Pottery, unless you are a collector of teapots or their studio art pottery Chameleon Ware. But they had some very innovative designs. Read to find out more!
Royal Worcester Porcelain: Snippet Of The Day Number Three. A nice short blog providing an overview of the iconic Royal Worcester porcelain.
Our Love Of Blue and White Pottery: Snippet Of The Day Number 2. Where did blue and white pottery originate? What is the blue colouration? What do we know about the Willow pattern? Why do we like blue and white pottery?
What is Ironstone? Snippet Of The Day Number 1. A short overview of Ironstone pottery. From the series ‘Snippet of the Day Number 1’ by Mullard Antiques.