Moore & Co






 

Location and period of operation:

Moore & Co

Longton

1872

1892

 

Earthenware and Majolica manufacturers at the Old Foley Pottery, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent

  • The partners were Thomas Cartlich Moore, Thomas Bickley, Robert Leason and Rosellia Taylor.

  • Thomas Bickley retired in November 1889 and the company became Moore, Leason & Co

 

 

Subsequently: Moore, Leason & Co. 



The London Gazette
December 24 1889
 


notice of the retirement of Thomas Bickely 

 


 


Moore & Co
Old Foley Pottery, Longton, Staffordshire
Manufacturers of Plain and Ornamental Earthenware

 The Pottery Gazette, American and Canadian Edition, January 1st 1880


 


Moore & Co
Old Foley Pottery, Longton, Staffordshire

Manufacturers of every description of Earthenware
in White, Ivory and Ce;adon Bodies, in Printed, Enamelled and Crown Derby Finish
Choice Shapes and Elegant Patterns Registered

Artistic Pottery
in Rich and Chaste Styles of Finish in Ivory, Vellum, Crimson,
Oriental Yellow and Turquoise Bodies.

Barbotine
in every variety of Articles and Styles

Majolica
of superior quality and finish

Sole Makers & Inventors of the New Foleyian Ware

 The Pottery Gazette,  January 1885


 


salad bowl with lobster moulded handles

the shape was registered in 22 April 1885 


 

 

Marks on ware for identification:

M & Co

MOORE & Co

 


 


Moore & Co.

The registration number 25584 gives the date of 
pattern registration as 22 April 1885 

the entry consists of:

Salad bowl - Shape
Moore & Co
Longton, Old Foley Pottery
A salad bowl with lobster moulded handles



 


M & Co.

this bow mark continued to be used
 by the sucessor: Moore, Leason & Co
 

 


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