Fenton Pottery Co


Location and period of operation:

Fenton Pottery Co





China supplier at the Royal China Works,  Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent, England

  • The proprietor was Horace John Bradbury who was in business as "The Fenton Pottery Co." and "H.J. Bradbury & Co"

  • H J Bradbury lived at "Woodcroft" The Avenue, Basford and his business was at Fenton Works, Carters Crossing, Fenton - both in the City of Stoke-on-Trent. 

  • There is no record of a manufacturer by the name "Fenton Pottery Co." They were recorded as "Pottery Factor" and so were almost certainly not manufacturers themselves but had ware made by others under their name. 

  • The business was bankrupt in 1931. 


The London Gazette
22nd January 1932

notice to creditors of The Fenton Pottery Co and H J Bradbury & Co 



Fenton Pottery Co
Fine Bone China



Flow Blue style plates, Fenton Pottery Co



Deco style plate, Fenton Pottery Co




Marks used on ware for identification:

Fine Bone China
Fenton Pottery Co
Made in England

Fenton Pottery Co
Fenton Staffs 

The Fenton Pottery Co
Royal China Works
Fenton Staffs
we supply
direct from factory
to user
catalogue post free



The Fenton Pottery Co
Royal Fenton Works
Real Staffordshire Fenton
we supply direct



1924 map showing Carter's Crossing, Fenton - on the Stoke to Derby railway line


1933 photo map showing Carter's Crossing, Fenton 

- Britain from Above -


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