Diamond Pottery Co (Ltd)






 

Location and period of operation:

Diamond Pottery Co (Ltd)

Hanley

1908

1935

 

 Earthenware manufacturer in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, England. 
  • It maybe that the Diamond Pottery Co. had some connection to the Pearl Pottery Co. Geoffrey Godden 'Encyclopedia of British Pottery & Porcelain Marks' states that Diamond Pottery was formerly Pearl Pottery. However Pearl Pottery continued until 1936 (as confirmed by Godden). 

 

 


 


Jasperware style jug 

D P Co

probably 
Diamand Pottery Co 

 


 


Diamond Pottery Co.
Hanley
England 

 


 


Dinner set in the European Imari style 

 


 


Diamond Pottery Toby Jugs 

 

  

 


 

Marks and initials used on ware for identification:

NOTE: The Dresden Porcelain Co. used the initials D P Co. and they and their sucessors, Blyth Porcelain Co., used a diamond mark and used the trade name 'Diamond China'. This causes some confusion with the Diamond Pottery. 

However Diamond Pottery Co. made earthenware and were based in the town of Hanley (they also didn't seem to used a diamond shape mark).

Whereas Dresden Porcelain Co. and Blyth Porcelain Co. produced china ware and were based in the town of Longton.

 


D P Co

D P Co LTD




Diamond Pottery Co.
Hanley
England 

 


 


Diamond 
Pottery

mark used on Tby Jugs 

 


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