Colclough & Co






 

Location and period of operation:

Colclough & Co

Longton

1887

1928

Earthenware and porcelain manufacturer at the Stanley Pottery, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent

 

  • The company appear to have been started as decorators of china and earthenware and occupied various premises in Longton, later manufacturing earthenware in their own right at the Stanley Pottery. 

  • Control of the business was acquired by Thomas Wild & Sons (pre-1923) and the company continued to trade under its own name until it was sold in 1928.

 

Subsequently: Stanley Potteries Ltd



Colclough & Co
Cromartie Works
Market Lane, Longton
 

1907 advert for Colclough & Co

 


Market Lane,
Longton


A Colclough & Co.,
China decorators

from: 1907 Staffordshire Sentinel 
'Business Reference Guide to 
The Potteries, Newcastle & District'

 


 


teapot and stand in the Imair style 

 


 


Biscuit Barrel - Jacobean Ware with bamboo hadle

 


Jacobean Ware bowl

 


Jacobean Ware Vase

 


 


Colclough & Co jug with lid 

 


 

Marks & Initials used on ware for identification:

Royal Stanley Ware

C & Co

Jacobean

'Jacobean' was a range of art nouveau 
style ornamental ware  



Royal Stanley 
Ware
C & Co
LONGTON
Stoke-on-Trent
England

1903-19


 


Royal Stanley Ware
RS
C & Co
JACOBEAN
England

'Jacobean' was a range of art nouveau style ornamental ware  

 

 


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