UK 20th century potteries, potters, ceramic factories
Blue marked brands visible in the gallery

A
Adams, John made patterns for Poole Pottery
Akerman, Russel
Anchor Pottery Co.

B
Bennet, Harold, created the "Fantasia" pattern
Beswick, John factory
Bourne, Joseph designed for Denby
Bretby Art Pottery (founded by Henry Tooth & William Ault in 1883)
Broadhurst
Brough, Alan
Buchanan, John
Burgess & Leigh > Fantasia pattern

C
Cardew, Seth
Carltonware factory
Carter, Stabler & Adams > designer Truda Carter
Casson, Hugh > designed for Midwinter
Clappison, John designed for Hornsea Pottery
Cliff, Clarice designed for A.J. Wilkinson
Colledge, Glyn & Albert designed for Denby
Conran, Terence > designed for Midwinter
Cole, Walter & John founders of Rye Pottery (1947)
Cooper, Susie designed for Wedgwood
Cooper, Waistel (1921)
Coper, Hans
Cuffley, John designed for Portmeirion

D
Dadd, Jack designed for Pearsons
Davies, Tony Bredon
Dawe, Bob
Denby founded by the Bourne family

E
Emmet, Rowland > designed for Wade

F
Finch, Raymond
Fishley, Holland
Frewin, Alan
Frith, David

G
Green, T.H. & Co. Ltd from Gresley

H
Hague, Andrew
Haig, Jenny designed for Poole
Haille, Sam died 1948, was married to Marianne de Trey
Hallam, Albert > designed for Beswick
Harrison, Nic
Haskins, Gwen designed for Poole Pottery
Hayward, Jim designed for Beswick
Hornsea Pottery > founded by Colin & Desmond Rawson 1949
Hunt, Martin designed for Hornsea Pottery
Hurn, Tim

I/J
Jefferson, Robert > designed for Poole Pottery

K
Kirkham Pottery from 1962 owned by Portmeiron

L
Leach, David, Bernard, Janet
Lowerdown Pottery

M
Machin, Arnold > Wedgwood
MacKenzie, Warren
Makison, Norman > Wedgwood
Malone, Jim
Marshall, Bill
Meakin, Alfred factory took over Midwinter in 1968, part of Wedgwood since 1970
Melbourne, Colin > designed for Beswick/Royal Norfolk
Memphis > see Beswick > design by C. Melbourne
Midwinter, Roy factory
Moorcroft, William
Morris, Tony > worked for Poole Pottery
Murray, Keith designed for Wedgwood

N/O
Newport Pottery

P/Q
Paveley, Ruth > designed for Poole Pottery
Pearson, Colin
Pemberton, Gill > designed for Denby
Poole Pottery,  formerly Carter, Stabler & Adams
Portmeirion > formerly Grays Pottery
Queeensberry, David > designed for Midwinter

R
Radford, E by Wood & Sons
Ravilious, Eric > designed for Wedgwood
Rawson, Colin & Desmond founders of Hornsea Pottery 1949
Read, Alfred > designed patterns for Poole Pottery
Reich, Tibor > designed for Denby (Tigo-Ware)
Ridgway Potteries, > Prod. Homemaker line
Rie, Lucie
Rogers, Phil
Royal Doulton factory
Rye Pottery > Walter & John Cole founded 1947

S
Seeney, Enid > designer of "Homemaker" pattern > produced by Ridgway
Sharp, David designed for Rye Pottery
Sparrey, Peter
Staite Murray, William
Swinnertons Ltd.
Sydenham, Guy > designed shapes for Poole Pottery

T
Tait, Jessie designed for Midwinter (Festival, Sienna, Queensberry patterns)
Tinnyunt, Robert
Trey, Marianne de (1913-)
Troika factory (1963-1983)

U/W
Wade, Heath & Co. factory
Wallwork, Alan (1931)
Walther, Conny (1931)
Walton, Sarah
Wedgwood, Josiah factory from 1767
White, Alan designed for Poole
Wilde, Nigel > designed for Midwinter (Pierrot pattern)
Wilkinson, A.J. factory
Williams-Ellis, Susan & Euan owners Portmeirion
Wills, Peter
Winkle, Kathie designed for Broadhurst
Wood, Beatrice
Wood & Sons > Ringwood > also signs E. Radford
Worcester Royal Porcelain Co. Ltd.

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