T. G. and F. Booth






 

Location and period of operation:

T. G. & F. Booth 

Tunstall

1883

1891

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

  • The partners were the brothers Thomas Gimbert Booth and Fred Booth

  • As well as the pottery manufacturing business the brothers were Glass, China and Earthenware dealers and merchants.

  • The partnership was dissolved on 1st January 1887 amd Thomas Gimbert continued on his own account. 

 

 

Formerly Thomas G Booth

Subsequently Booth's Ltd

 


London Gazette
31 December 1889
 


Notice that the partnership between Thomas Gimbert Booth
and Frederick Booth was dissolved on 1st January 1887
 



Platter in the Washington Pattern


 


Strawberry Pattern



serving platter in the Hawthorn pattern 



platter in the Richmond pattern
This pattern was registered in 1886

 


 

Marks & initials used on ware for identification:

T G & F B

T G & F BOOTH



T.G & F.B.

'Hawthorn' is the pattern name



T.G & F.B.

'Sandringham' is the pattern name
the registration date is 13 November 1883



T.G & F.B.

'Hawthorn' is the pattern name
the registration date is 1886


 


Semi Porcelain
T.G & F.B.
ENGLAND



Parisian Granite
T.G & F.BOOTH
ENGLAND

 



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Questions/comments/contributions?  Steve Birks