Brough & Blackhurst


Location and period of operation:

Brough & Blackhurst




  Earthenware manufacturer at the Waterloo Works, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent

"Waterloo Works - built in Stafford Street [Longton] in 1815, the year of the Battle of Waterloo, and in honour of that event named the Waterloo Works.
At these works, which were large and commodious, were produced by Brough & Blackhurst the ordinary classes of earthenware, enamelled and gilt service and the like, suitable both for the home and foreign markets.
Messrs. Brough & Blackhurst worked the Waterloo pottery from 1872 to 1895."

Jewitt - 'Ceramic Art of Great Britain 1800-1900'


Brough & Blackhurst
Waterloo Works, Longton

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






Brough & Blackhurst plate in the RHINE pattern
Brough & Blackhurst plate in the RHINE pattern


Marks used on ware for identification:

Brough & Blackhurst LONGTON

Brough & Blackhurst

RHINE is the pattern name


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