Stanley Pottery Co






 

Location and period of operation:

Stanley Pottery Co

Burslem

1909

1937

 (See sources)

The Stanley Pottery Co. was an earthenware manufacturer based at Newport Lane, Middleport, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent from c.1909-1937.  


 


Cup and Saucer in the TORBREX pattern
flow blue with silver gilt 

 


Saucer in the TOURAINE pattern
flow blue with gold gilt 

Some pieces in the Touraine pattern have the registration number 329815 - which dates from 1898 and the pattern was first manufacturered by Henry Alcock & Co (c.1891-1900) - the Stanley Potttery Company manufacturered the same pattern. 


 


Vegetable serving dish in the TOURAINE pattern
flow blue with silver gilt 

 


Platter in the CLIVE pattern
a more unusual colour for the Stanley Pottery Co. who tended to produce ware in blue

 


detail of the CLIVE pattern
pink transfer with gold gilt and colour accents


 

Initials and marks used on ware for identification:

 

They used the printed mark S.P. Co. and also a printed crown mark


 

Stanley Pottery Co
Stanley Pottery Co
England

"OSTEND" is the pattern name

 

"CLIVE" is the pattern name

 

found in the sand near Fort Lennox in a little village called Henryville in Québec, Canada.
Stanley Pottery Co
BURSLEM
England


found (2002) in the sand near Fort Lennox 
in a little village called Henryville in Québec, Canada.

  


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