Location and period of operation:
China manufacturer who continued at the Alma Works after the partnership with Middleton ended (c.1889-1892) and then at the Sutherland Pottery (c.1892-1941), Longton, Stoke-on-Trent.
Note: Not to be confused with the different company William Hudson & Son at the Gladstone Pottery, Stafford Street, Longton.
Formerly: Middleton & Hudson (1870-1889) at the Alma Works.
Subsequently: Hudson & Middleton (1941+) at the Sutherland Pottery.
on the development of Middleton & Hudson
Initials & Marks used on ware for identification:
all with the trade name "Sutherland"
mark of unknown date
but show the early introduction of a
rampant lion on the marks
this mark has a number of
variations with the position
and combination of the words
"Sutherland" "China" "Bone China"
the mark was continued by
Hudson & Middleton with the
addition of the initials H & M
email: Steve Birks
updated: 22 Feb 2004