Whittingham, Ford & Co






 

Location and period of operation:

Whittingham, Ford & Co

Burslem

1868

1875

 

Earthenware manufacturer, operating at the High Street Pottery, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, England. 

 

Subsequently:  Whittingham, Ford & Riley

 


London Gazette
January 12, 1875


announcement that Vincent Webster left the business 


 

Whittingham, Ford & Co 7 inch plate  pattern name: Amoy
Whittingham, Ford & Co 7 inch dish pattern name: Amoy


 


Amoy pattern plate




plate in the garland pattern 


 


Ironstone jug in  the Canova pattern

Antonio Canova was an Italian Neoclassical sculptor and it is likely that 
the pattern was named after him 

 


 

Initials and marks used on ware for identification:

W. F & Co.


 


W F & Co

AMOY is the pattern name   

 



W F & Co

GARLAND is the pattern name   


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