Lincoln Pottery, Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent
Sneyd Street, Snyed Green

"From 1882 to 1885, Messrs. Beech & Tellwright manufactured here ordinary earthenware, majolica, etc., for both the home and foreign markets.
From 1885 to 1890, Frederick Beech & Co. produced similar ware at the Lincoln Pottery."

Jewitt's 'Ceramic Art of Great Britain 1800-1900. Revised'  


From To Occupier Comments
1834 1866 John & Robert Godwin  
1868 1895 Bates & Bennett Probably sharing the Lincoln Pottery with other manufacturers
1872 1882 L J Pope & Co  
1880 1880 Lincoln Works Pottery Listed in a trade directory of 1880
1882 1884 Beech & Tellwright The partners were Frederick Beech and William Edward Tellwright. The partnership was dissolved in February 1884 and the business continued by William Edward Tellwright and Levi Stanway
1884 ? Stanway & Tellwright Short lived or concurrent manufacturer 
1885 ? The Lincoln Pottery Co. An 1885 advert describes The Lincoln Pottery Co. as 'Late Beech & Tellwright'


1878 map showing the pottery works on Sneyd Street, Cobridge

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