Clarence Street Works, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent
 

 

From To Occupier Comments
1874 1879 Ambrose Bevington  
1880 1882 Crystal Porcelain Company also at Elder Road, Cobridge (1882-1886)
1882 1884 C. Littler & Co  
       

 

Kensington Works

Here, from 1874 to 1879, Ambrose Bevington produced the usual classes of earthenware and china. In 1880 he removed to the New Hall Works, and was replaced by the Crystal Porcelain Company, and then in 1882 by C. Littler & Co., who were extensive manufacturers of high-class earthenware. C. Littler & Co continued to 1884
Jewitt's Ceramic Art of Great Britain 1800-1900

 

Clarence Street Works


Brook Street (now Century Street) is in the foreground and swings round to the right
Clarence Street (now Samson Street) joins Brook Street on the left.

York Street is at the top of Clarence Street.

photo: Nov 2000


Works in Brook Street and Clarence Street in the 1890's

a number of works can been seen at the junction of
Brook Street (to the right) (now Century Street)
and Clarence Street (to the left) (now Samson Street).

 


 

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26 Dec 2005