Everard, Glover & Colclough


Location and period of operation:

Everard, Glover & Colclough




 (See sources)

Note: Corn Hill became known as Martin's Lane and then as Chancery Lane. [see map of Chancery Lane]

Previously: Everard and Glover (1846)

Subsequently: Glover & Colclough (c.1850-1854) 

NOTE: Glover and Colclough continued at the works in Chancery Lane, George Everard took works in the High Street, Longton in 1850 but only continued there for the one year.


Initials used on ware for identification:

E G & C



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