Hulse, Nixon & Adderley






 

Location and period of operation:

Hulse, Nixon & Adderley

Longton

1853

1868

(See sources)

Hulse, Nixon & Adderley operated at the Daisy Bank Works, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent. Manufacturing china and  earthenware

 

subsequently: Hulse & Adderley  [1869 -75] 

 

 


 

 

Daisy Bank Works

bottom centre is the Daisy Bank Works

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advert for Hulse, Nixon & Adderley - Daisy Bank Manufactory, Longton, Staffordshire
advert for Hulse, Nixon & Adderley - Daisy Bank Manufactory, Longton, Staffordshire

appeared in 1865 Keates Directory

 


 

ten sided, pink transferware plate - pattern is MYCENE
ten sided, pink transferware plate - pattern is MYCENE  

 

 

Hulse, Nixon & Adderley platter in the traditional Willow Pattern
Hulse, Nixon & Adderley platter in the traditional Willow Pattern

the same pattern was used by the sucessors - Hulse & Adderley

 

 


 

Initials & Marks used on ware for identification:

H N & A

ware was marked with the initials H N & A

sometimes the initials appear with a design
the name of the pattern is often included
 

 


H N & A
H N & A 

 

  
H N & A 

the marks often occured with an urn

 


Asiatic Pheasants
H N & A

Asiatic Pheasants was a transfer printed china pattern, which was made by many British potters and by 1880 had achieved universal popularity

 


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