James Edwards & Son 






 

Location and period of operation:

James Edwards & Son

Burslem

1851

1882

 Earthenware and Ironstone manufacturer at the Dale Hall Pottery, Dale Hall, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent

  • James Edwards had operated the Dale Hall Pottery from 1842

  • He specialised in producing white ironstone ware which was mainly for export to the US

  • In 1851 he took his son Richard into partnership. 

  • James retired in 1861 and died in 1867, Richard continued on his own account.

  • In 1882 the works passed into the hands of Knapper & Blackhurst

 

Previously: James Edwards

Subsequently Knapper & Blackhurst 

 

London Gazette
April 2, 1861
 


notice of the dissolution of the partnership between James & Richard Edwards
James retired from the business & Richard continued on his own account
The title James Edwards & Son was continued
 

 


 


lidded shaving soap pot 

 



white ironstone teapot with gilt accents 

 

 


 

Marks & initials used on ware for identification:

James Edwards & Son

Jas Edwards & Son

trade mark: dolphin entwined around an anchor 


 


Stone China
James Edwards & Son
Dalehall 



Stone China
James Edwards & Son
Dalehall 
(printed) 

Jas Edwards & Son
Dalehall 
(impressed) 



Stone China
James Edwards 
& Son Dalehall 



The Dale Hall Pottery is shown in blue

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