John Ridgway made porcelain at Cauldon Place, Hanley, until 1855.
About 1890, this firm started using the words as part of the mark. worked from 1905 to 1920, Cauldon Potteries from 1920 to 1962.
George himself was educated at Nottingham University and eventually became Chairman of George Wade & Son Ltd.
His father was a potters thrower and later became a manager.
acquired Cauldon Potteries Ltd before the business closed in 1977. 1962" or ones containing "Bristol" in the backstamp were made between 19.
Nippon porcelain was made in Japan from 1891 to 1921.
Four years later the King took full charge of the finances and styled The Royal Copenhagen Factory.
Flora Danica, one of the most original and inspiring Dinner services of all time, was manufactured for Catherine the Great during this period.
By the middle of the nineteenth century, after privatisation, the factory was producing much elegant tableware, particularly those decorated in cobalt blue.