Thomas Booth & Son






 

Location and period of operation:

Thomas Booth & Son

Tunstall

1872

1876

Earthenware and ironstone manufacturers at the Church (Bank) works in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent 

  • Thomas Booth (the founder of the business) had died in 1872 and his son Thomas Gimbert Booth took over the business on his own account. The title became Thomas Booth & Son. 

 

Formerly: T Booth & Co

Subsequently: T. G. Booth

 


Thomas Booth & Son shallow dish in the Indian Ornament pattern

this pattern was continued through the successive iterations
of the Booth companies



plate in the Madras pattern 

 


 

 

Marks & initials used on ware for identification:

 

T B & S



T B & S

'Indian Ornament' is the pattern name 

 



T B & S
impressed mark: IRONSTONE

'VASE' is the pattern name
- this pattern was introduced by Thomas Booth & Co -

the registration diamond gives a 
date of registration as 14 September 1868

 



- click the map for more information on the Church Bank Works - 

 


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