Parrott and Co


Location and period of operation:

Parrott and Company 




 (See sources) + the brochure and background information provided by Mike Parrott (Son of Charles Parrott)


Arthur William Parrott and his brother Charles Henry Parrott operated the Albert Street Pottery, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent

The pottery was amalgamated with Burgess and Leigh at the beginning  of World War Two.Charles retired then and moved to Ilfracombe. Arthur continued  in the business.
The woman who was chief of the office staff at Albert Street was called Henshall - The manager of the works in the 30's was named Bently (Bentley).

Arthur Parrott died around 1965; Charles Parrott died 1959.


Parrott and Company
see c.1936 Parrott & Company Brochure


Initials used on ware for identification:


Coronet Ware

Parrott & Company

This hand painted jug measures 7 inches high 
and it's widest point measures from 
spout to handle 7 inches. 
It has a lovely art deco shaped design of flowers and leaves. 

Marked on the bottom "Coronet Ware" 


Parrott & Company
Coronet Ware
Parrott & Company
Trade Mark
Made in England

Plate made by Parrott & Co Ltd, Burslem, Staffordshire.
It is 23.75cms (just over 8.25") in diameter 


see other examples of Parrott & Co ware


The above information may not be available
for all potters - if you have information to
help complete the records then I would be
happy to include it.

email: Steve Birks

updated: 25 Jan 2003