Harvey Adams & Co




 

Location and period of operation:

Harvey  Adams & Co

Longton

1869

1885

Manufacturers of china and earthenware at the Sutherland Road Works, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent.

  • On the 1st November 1869 Robert George Scrivener left the previous business of Adams, Scrivener & Co and Harvey Adams and Titus Hammersley continued as 'Harvey Adams & Co'

  • Titus Hammersley also had an interest in the company 'Hammersley, Freeman & Co' who operated at the adjoining Prince of Wales Works.

  • Titus Hammersley retired in 1872 (died in 1875) and his oldest son, George Harris Hammersley, continued with Harvey Adams to August 1885 when Adams retired.     

 

Previously: Adams, Scrivener & Co

Subsequently: Hammersley & Co.  

 


London Gazette,  November 2, 1869


notice that Robert Scrivener left the partnership
to leave Harvey Adams and Titus Hammersley 
to continue the business
 


 

London Gazette,  September 8, 1885


notice that Harvey Adams left the business
 which was continued by George Harris Hammersley 


 


Willow pattern bowl by Adams, Harvey & Co
3" tall x  6" diameter

H.A & Co. 
L.
ENGLAND 


 


china cup by Adams, Harvey & Co

 

 


 

 

Initials and marks used on ware for identification:

H. A. & Co

(printed or impressed mark - often with a crown)



H A & Co
China

 


 


H A & Co
L
England

the 'L' stands for Longton 



Sutherland Road Works

- click photo for more info on the works - 


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