Jackson & Gosling






 

Location and period of operation:

Jackson & Gosling

Fenton

1866

1961

 (See sources)

China manufacturer at the Grosvenor Works in King Street, Fenton, in about 1866, succeeding Jackson & Brown (c.1864). 

In 1909 the address was changed to the Grosvenor Works, Gregory Street, Longton. 
The firm became a limited liability company in 1928, although 'Ltd" was not always added to marks.
In the 1932-3 period Jackson & Gosling was acquired by W.T. Copeland & Sons Ltd; some marks then included the name "Copeland"  

 


Jackson & Gosling
Grosvenor Works, Foley, Longton

 The Pottery Gazette,  April 1st 1880


 

 

Initials used on ware for identification:

Jackson & Gosling 


J & G 


J & G 

[ The "L" stands for Longton]


J & G Ltd


'Grosvenor China'


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