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A Short History Of Adams China Staffordshire Pottery

1970s Adams China Brown Chinese Bird Sugar Bowl & Milk Jug

A Short History Of Adams China Staffordshire Pottery John Adams set up Adams China in Staffordshire, UK, which became known as the Brick House Works, during the 17th century. In the early years, the factory focused on recreating models that were brought in from the Far East. In 1779, the son of John Adams, William, opened the Greengates factory in Tunstall, England.   The dish in this image dates from 1914-1940 and the image was found on the http://www.thepotteries.org/ware/adams/index.htm website. A very useful reference guide. Earthenware, although durable, was not as strong as ironstone.  Ironstone was fired longer at higher temperatures and…

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