Warrilow & Cope


Location and period of operation:

Warrilow & Cope




  (See sources)

Wellington Works, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, England. 

"The goods principally produced were tea, breakfast, desert and other services; also toilet trinket-ware, vases, centrepieces and a large variety of ornamental china goblets, fruit and other baskets, open-work (or pierced) compots and moustache-cups. Majolica was introduced by Warrilow & Cope with good artistic and commercial results. This firm continued to 1894."

from: "Jewitt's Ceramic Art of Great Britain 1800-1900"

Subsequently George Warrilow & Sons Ltd

After the dissolution of this partnership, J. H. Cope & Co remained at the Wellington Works producing "Wellington China"


Warrilow & Cope
Wellington Works, Longton

 The Pottery Gazette, American and Canadian Edition, January 1st 1880



Warrilow and Cope cottage shaped 3 piece teaset
Warrilow and Cope cottage shaped 3 piece teaset


1887 notice of the dissolution of the business partnership
between Warrilow & Cope

Cope continued the business at the Wellington Works on his own
Warrilow moved to the Park Place Works & then the Queens Pottery



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Wellington Works


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