Harding & Cockson






 

Location and period of operation:

Harding & Cockson

Cobridge

1834

c.1861

  (See sources)

not to be confused with Cockson & Harding operating at the New Hall Works, Shelton (Hanley)

Subsequently Cockson

 


Selected by the Committee for the Staffordshire Potteries 
to exhibit at the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1855 

 


 


Engraving for a ceramic-transfer showing a tiger-shoot
The 'Burmah' pattern, produced by Harding & Cockson, Cobridge, c.1850

Copyright: V&A Images



a pair of Harding & Cockson plates

 


 

 

Marks and initials used on ware for identification:

COBRIDGE
H & C

 

HARDING &
COCKSON

 


Harding & Cockson mark
'CHASE' is the pattern name

 




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