Location and period of operation:
Jacob Baggaley was an earthenware manufacturer at the Hill Works, Liverpool Road, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent.
Previously: Wood & Baggaley [1870-80]
Initials and marks used on ware for identification:
A mark used by the firm was a bee with
wings expanded, beneath which is a ribbon with the initials J. B.
Eastern Plants is the pattern name
a plate by Jacob Baggaley with the Eastern Plants pattern
Jacob Baggaley, Hill Works, Burslem
Buff Earthenware Two-Handled Garniture Vase-on-Stand,
1880-1886, decorated with bas-relief floral sprays with songbirds, specially produced for Jacob Baggaley's own home, h. 20-3/4", dia. 9", and presented in a blown-glass parlor dome on a matte-ebonized wooden base, h. 26", dia. 9".
Another example of this vase-on-stand is in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
occupied the Hill Works,
Burslem from 1880-86
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Questions/Comments/Contributions?: Steve Birks