Pinder, Bourne & Hope 






 

Location and period of operation:

Pinder, Bourne & Hope

Burslem

1851

1860

 (See sources)

Previously: Thomas Pinder (c1848-1851)

Subsequently: Pinder, Bourne & Co (Jan 1862 to 1882)

 

 


 

Selected by the Committee for the Staffordshire Potteries 
to exhibit at the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1855

 

 


Plate by Pinder, Bourne & Hope in the Dresden pattern
Plate by Pinder, Bourne & Hope in the Dresden pattern

 

Initials used on ware for identification:

P. B. & H.

 

PINDER BOURNE
& HOPE



Typical mark of
Pinder, Bourne & Hope

"DRESDEN" is the pattern name



Pinder, Bourne & Hope

IMPERIAL WHITE GRANITE WARE

produced for the American Market

 


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