William Alsager Adderley and Co




 

Location and period of operation:

William A Adderley and Co

Longton

1876

1905

William Alsager Adderley (& Co), operated the Daisy Bank Pottery in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent - producing China and Earthenware

 

Previously:  Hulse & Adderley  (1869-75)

Subsequently:  Adderleys Ltd  (1906 - )

 

 


bottom centre is the Daisy Bank Works

- click picture for more details on the works -


 

Plate in the FLORIBEL pattern
Plate in the FLORIBEL pattern

 

 

platter in the Spero pattern
platter in the Spero pattern 

 

side plate in the Constance pattern
side plate in the Constance pattern 

 


Adderley coffee set bearing 1881 registration mark 

photo: Steve Latter


 

 

Initials & Marks used on ware for identification:

W A A

W.A.A. was used between 1876 and 1885

(initials used with different printed
marks - the pattern name is sometimes included)

 

W A A & Co

W.A.A. & Co was used from January 1886 to 1905

 



W A ADDERLEY 

impressed mark on a coffee set bearing the 1881 registration diamond 

 


 


W. A. A.
was used between 1876 and 1885

FLORIBEL - is the pattern name

the trade mark of the sailing ship was used extensively by 
William Alsager Adderley and subsequently by Adderleys Ltd

 


 


W. A. A. & Co.
("& Co" added from January 1886 onwards)

 


questions/comments/contributions? email: Steve Birks