The Dale Hall Pottery Co






 

Location and period of operation:

Dale Hall Pottery Co

Burslem

1892

1892

  Earthenware manufacturer at the Dale Hall Works, Longport, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent.

  • The Dale Hall Pottery Co appeared to be in operation for one year only (they appear in both the 1892 Keates and 1892 Kelly directories).

  • The partners were John Lucas, George Harrison Shubotham and Edward Alfred Wedgwood trading as the Dale Hall Pottery Company.

  • They were concurrent with Keeling & Co (1887-1936/7) and would have shared the dale hall Works with them (this was a common practice).


Concurrently:  Keeling & Co

 

London Gazette
7 November 1893

Notice of a Deed of Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors
of the Dale Hall Pottery Company executed on the 27 July 1893

 

 


 

Marks used on ware for identification:

DALE HALL POTTERY Co

 



DALE HALL POTTERY Co
"ALPINE" is the pattern name

It was not unusual for potters to try to establish an early date,
to try to give their ware some sense of history and value.
The occupiers of the Dale Hall pottery works used the date "1790"
- which was the date the works were first built by Joseph Stubbs.

See more on the use of the "Kneeling nude potter" mark

 



DALE HALL POTTERY Co
ENGLAND

"WOODFORD" is the pattern name

the registration number 151965 dates
to 1890



DALE HALL POTTERY Co
ENGLAND

"MONTEREY" is the pattern name

the registration number 128668 dates
to 1889 and was likely registered by Keeling & Co

the printed number 18 is a potters mark 


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