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Wade Pottery Works, Burslem

Westport Road
Heritage No.
Date Listed
15 March 1993
Building: Wade Pottery Works
Description:  Pottery Works, 1814 with later alterations brick with plain tiles

photo:  Feb 2008

The Hill Works, built in 1814 by John and Richard Riley, replicating the corner plan and arched coach entrance of Enoch Wood’s Fountain Place Works, and displaying the customary Venetian façade.

Pevsner was impressed, considering it to be “one of the best pottery offices and warehouses”. Wade Heath and Co. occupied the building from 1954, and the Hill Works still remains.

| see Riley's Portland House |



Wade Hill Works
Wade Heath Hill Works

photo: © Mr Brian Peach  - Oct 2000

Pottery Works. 1814 with later alterations. Brick with slate roofs. 2 right-angled ranges with angled corner forming original entrance bay.

Doorways now blocked, but Palladian windows over survive, and datestone in pedimented gable. Main ranges possibly rebuilt or refenestrated in the later 19th Century.

The design with pedimented canted corner takes advantage of the unusual corner site.


photos: Steve Birks  - Feb 2008


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