Bridge Street Pottery catalogue

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scan of the catalogue kindly supplied by Paul Mayo

   
Bridge Street Pottery - catalogue for Wholesale & Export
30th Edition
 

 

 
The Bridge Street Pottery Company
China, earthenware & glassware, etc., for home and export
'Tip-Top Value, Keen Prices and a Good Quality Ware' 

 

   
'Horse Clock Set as given free with a 4/10s/0 order'

 

 

  
Dinner Ware "Minton" Shape Plain White

 

 
Dinner ware - Mazarine Blue Band & Gilt

 

 

 
Teasets in New Ivorine Glaze
Old London Series

 
Badged Ware
Clubs, Restaurants, Institutions, Etc.

 

 
Toilet Sets and Trinket Sets
New Torby Shape

 

 
Decorated Jugs

 

 
Plain White Jugs

 

  
Dinner Sets - best Quality

 

 
'Our Delightful Cornflower Pattern'

 
Rosaline and Pansy Patterns - hand painted

 

 
Cherry Pattern

 

 
China Teasets
The World Famous Crown Derby Pattern in Best China

 

 
'Our Famous Fireproof Brownware'

 

 
Black Basalt Novelties
Romping Horse Clock Set
Pheasant Clock Set

 

 
Children's Nursery Rhyme Ware

'Our World-Famous Ye Olde Willow Ware'

 

 
Finest Quality Crystal Glassware

 

 

 

 

 

 
'The Greatest Bargain Crate'



'The Complete Home Outfit Crate'
'This is the crate every Housewife should have'

'Our Success Crate'
'This is the Best and Cheapest Assortment ever offored'

 

 

   

 

 
100 different items for 3/17/6

 

 
'Our "Busy Bee" Crate No. 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
'The 777 Crate' 
'The Imperial Crate'

 

 
'Our Burslem No.1 Crate'

 

 

 

 
'The "BBB" Crate'
'The British Crate'

 

 
'The Reliance Crate' 260 Articles of Lump Ware for 21/-

'TRADE TERMS. Lump Ware is Cracked or badly Damaged Ware - all Odd. Customers are
particularly requested to note that this ware is only suitable for sale in very poor class districts.
You should make sure you have a demand for this class of ware before ordering.'

 

 

 

 

 


The Open Door to Fortune
buy only from the
Bridge Street Pottery Co

 

- see index page for more on Bridge Street Pottery -

scan of the catalogue kindly supplied by Paul Mayo

 


Questions, comments, contributions? email: Steve Birks