Bridge Street Pottery Co






 

Location and period of operation:

Bridge Street Pottery Co

Burslem

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Manufacturer of earthenware Hotel Ware at Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent.

The date of operation is unsure - Bridge Street Pottery may have been a division of Alfred Meakin Ltd

 

 


 


Sergeants Mess
The Durham Light Infantry 

NOTE: The logo is of the cap badge of the 
Durham Light Infantry
The crown is the Kings Crown (it was changed to the Queens Crown in 1953)
The VI is for King George VI who reigned from Dec 1936 to his death in February 1952
- so this plate must have been produced in the 1936-52 period - 

The Bridge Street Pottery Co. 
Burslem
 

 


plate and mug from St. Paul's Church in Clarence Street, Penzance. 
On base of both is the maker's stamp 'The Bridge Street Pottery Co. Burslem Staffs'. 
Also on the plate 'Hotel Ware, Alfred Meakin Ltd, England' stamped on base.

 


 

Marks used on ware for identification:

Bridura

'BRIDURA' used as a trade mark
probably a contraction of 'Bridge' and 'durability'

 

BRIDGE STREET POTTERY Co



THE BRIDGE STREET POTTERY Co
BURSLEM
STAFFS

 


BRIDGE STREET POTTERY Co
BURSLEM
Bridura
Hotel Ware

  


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