Cockson & Chetwynd






 

Location and period of operation:

Cockson & Chetwynd  
(or Cockson, Chetwynd & Co)

Cobridge

1866

1875

Earthenware manufacturer - operating at the Globe Pottery, Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent.

"In 1866 the making of china was discontinued and the manufacture of white graniteware for the American trade was substituted.  The mark is the royal arms and the name IMPERIAL IRONSTONE CHINA, COCKSON & CHETWYND ...."
Jewitt's Ceramic Art of Great Britain 1800-1900

 

Formerly: Cockson

Subsequently: Cockson & Seddon.

 


London Gazette April 26th 1872 

notice that David Chetwynd left the partnership in April 1872 

 


London Gazette March 21st 1876 

notice that Elijah Chetwynd left the partnership in March 1876
and Joshua Seddon joined
 

 


 


Advert for Cockson, Chetwynd & Co. - from 1867 Keates Directory
courtesy of R K Henrywood - 'Staffordshire Potters 1781-1900'

Cockson, Chetwynd & Co.,
GRANITE & EARTHENWARE
manufacturers
COBRIDGE, STAFFORDSHIRE

 



An Ornamental Design for a Breakfast Service. 
Cockson Chetwynd & Co. Manufacturers, Cobridge.
Registered date: 7 Jan 1868

National Archives - Open Government Licence

 


 


Imperial Ironstone Cockson & Chetwynd pitcher. 
It measures 12" high and almost 8" wide from spout to handle.

 


White Imperial Ironstone serving dish & lid 
Cockson, Chetwynd & Co. 

 


 

Initials used on ware for identification:

COCKSON &
CHETWYND

C C & Co

 


IMPERIAL
IRONSTONE CHINA
COCKSON, CHETWYND & Co

 


IMPERIAL
IRONSTONE CHINA
COCKSON, CHETWYND
& Co
COBRIDGE
 

marks with '& Co' date from the earlier period 1866 to 1872 

 

 


IMPERIAL
IRONSTONE CHINA
COCKSON & CHETWYND
 

marks without '& Co' date from the later period 1873 to 1875 

 



The Globe Works

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