George Proctor & Co (Ltd) 






 

Location and period of operation:

George Proctor & Co

Longton

1891

1939

(See sources)

China manufacturer at the Gladstone Pottery, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent.

 

  • George Proctor had been a partner in the earlier companies of Hodson & Co and then Proctor, Mayer & Woolley. 

  • He was in business with his brother Albert Hodson Proctor and they were joined by Bernard Kellett Procter (probably the son of one of the brothers). 

  • George died in 1910.  

 

Previously: Procter, Mayer & Woolley

Subsequently: Gladstone China (Longton) Ltd

 

example of china plate by George Proctor & Co  


 

Gladstone China
G P & Co
L
Made in England 

typical mark of George Proctor & Co
the 'L' stands for LONGTON - the
town where the factory was based

 


 

London Gazette,  19 September 1911

 Notice to creditors agains the estate of 
George Proctor died in November 1910

 


Gladstone Pottery

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