Chetham and Woolley


Location and period of operation:

Chetham and Woolley

Lane End


  Nov 1809

This potters is included in J. Allbut and Sons "Map of the Potteries of 1802".

(See sources)

A family of earthenware manufacturers in Commerce Street, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent.

Continued by Ann Chetham, Richard Wooley set up his own factory at Turner's Pottery - he became bankrupt in 1814.


Chetham Woolley entry in the "Universal Directory" of 1791



Initials used on ware for identification:




Note: 'Pearl Ware' was used by other manufacturers




Nov 1809 the works were carried on by Ann Chetham
1810-35 the works were succeeded by Chetham (& Son)
1822-37 saw a partnership between Chetham and Robinson
1841-62 Jonathan Lowe Chetham
1846-69 J.R. & F. Chetham

in 1873 the works were taken by Herbert Aynsley




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