Hackwood & Keeling


Location and period of operation:

 Hackwood & Keeling



Feb 1836


Earthenware manufacturer at Market Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent
  • The partners were Thomas Hackwood and Samuel Keeling.

  • February 1836 the partnership was dissolved - Samuel Keeling continued the business as Samuel Keeling & Co

Subsequently: Samuel Keeling & Co


The London Gazette
24th February 1837

notice of the dissolution of the partnership between
Thomas Hackwood and Samuel Keeling
- the business continued by Samuel Keeling 


jug in the POPPY pattern

plates in the PEKIN pattern


cake/sandwich stand and plates in the KENSINGTON pattern

photo courtesy: Julie Buckley


Initials & marks used on ware for identification:

H & K

H & K

CLOVER is the pattern name 



H & K

PEKIN is the pattern name 

H & K

KENSINGTON is the pattern name 

H & K

INDIAN SCENERY is the pattern name 


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