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Alfred Meakin's Royal Albert Pottery, Tunstall

  • The first part of the Royal Albert Pottery was built on the south side of Parsonage Street, Tunsall by Turner, Goddard & Co. in 1866.

  • In 1873 Alfred Meakin started business in the Royal Albert Pottery. 

  • In 1885 Alfred Meakin built a new extension to the Royal Albert Pottery  on the opposite side of the street.

  • The Victoria Works to the east opened by John Tomkinson in 1858 and later taken over by Alfred Meakin, and a further block in Bank Street was added in 1911.


 

Royal Albert Pottery - Parsonage Street

Royal Albert Pottery - Parsonage Street

 

 

 

 

Royal Albert Pottery Erected 1885 Alfred Meakin

Royal Albert Pottery 
Erected 1885 
Alfred Meakin

 

photos: 1994 (Shaun Simms)

 

 


 

 

Royal Albert Pottery - Parsonage Street

Royal Albert Pottery - Parsonage Street

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the Royal Albert Works of Alfred Meakin

map from 1947 Pottery Gazette & Glass Trade Review 
- 1 marks the Royal Albert Pottery of Alfred Meakin -

 

1 Alfred Meakin (Tunstall), Ltd.

2 Booths, Ltd. (Church Bank)

3 William Adams & Sons (Potters), Ltd. (Greengates Pottery)

5 Keele Street Pottery Co., Ltd.

6 Lingard, Webster & Co., Ltd.

 

 


 

Alfred Meakin Ltd., Tunstall, Staffordshire
Royal Albert and Victoria Potteries
Manufacturers of General Earthenware, White Granite and Fine Semi-Porcelain

Also Manufacturers of every description of tiles
Highgate Pottery

from: 1907 Staffordshire Sentinel 'Business Reference Guide to The Potteries, Newcastle & District'

 

 


 

Ravensdale Pottery started manufacture in 1999 in the old Royal Albert Works

Ravensdale Pottery started manufacture in 1999 in the old Royal Albert Works


 

 


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Alfred Meakin (Tunstall) Ltd. 

Ravensdale Pottery Ltd. 


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