Hampson & Broadhurst


Location and period of operation:

Hampson & Broadhurst


Jan 1849



Earthenware manufacturer at Green Dock, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, England
  • The partners were Peter Hampson and James Broadhurst. William Broadhurst had been a partner in the previous company of Hampson, Broadhurst and Broadhurst, he left in January 1849.



previously: Hampson, Broadhurst and Broadhurst


The London Gazette
12th January 1849

notice that William Broadhurst left the previous partnership
of Hampson, Broadhurst and Broadhurst





large mug in the Railway pattern by Hampson & Broadhurst - printed with hand colouring 





blue & white teapot with pewter lid
marked 'H & B'




Initials used on ware for identification:

Note: the pottery company of Hibbert & Boughey also used the initials H & B - their mark was the initials H & B underneath a crown together with a registration number 135870.

Any mark which includes a registration number is NOT by Hampson & Broadhurst - when they were in operation the diamond system of recording pattern registration was in use. 


H & B


'RAILWAY' is the pattern name 




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