Hicks, Meigh & Johnson


Location and period of operation:

Hicks, Meigh & Johnson




 (See sources)

China and earthenware manufacturers at the Broad Street Works , Shelton, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent

In 1833 there were 600 employees.
In 1835 the partnership was dissolved and the factory and its contents were put up for auction.

Previously: Hicks & Meigh
Subsequently: Ridgway, Morley & Wear 

Around 1820 Thomas Johnson, their travelling representative, became a partner in the firm of Hicks & Meigh which was henceforth known as Hicks, Meigh and Johnson.


Hicks, Meigh & Johnson "Stone Ware" plate
Hicks, Meigh & Johnson "Stone Ware" plate

Hicks, Meigh & Johnson green and pink transferware printed plate
pattern: "Birds & Flowers"


Initials used on ware for identification:

example of mark found on "Birds & Flowers" plate shown above



H M & J

Stone China


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updated: 17 Feb 2006