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A pottery works with its forest of bottle kilns bordering a railway line in Stoke-on-Trent. Bottle kilns have a relatively short working life of about 30 years, so were constantly rebuilt. Due to recent changes in the industry, few of these distinctive monuments survive in the area.

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Tools 4 Clay : The Production - Ware Cart

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World class: Stoke-on-Trent was once littered with kilns, producing some of the most prized ceramics in the world

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Bottle kilns.. link to great blog
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Disused Bottle Kiln
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An early photograph [[[6995]]] shows the kiln is deteriorating condition. The kiln is in a former works complex used by small businesses.

1946 Staffordshire Potteries Stoke on Trent

1946 Staffordshire Potteries Stoke on Trent

Stacking bottle kiln ovens at John Maddocks & Sons Ltd, Burslem, Stoke on Trent

Stoke-on-Trent, Pottery and Ceramics, Tunstall, Burslem, Hanley, Stoke, Fenton, Longton

Stoke-on-Trent and the North Staffordshire Potteries - Ceramic and Pottery Marks, History, Photographs and Maps of Stoke-on-Trent, Tunstall, Burslem, Hanley. Stoke, Fenton and Longton,

Muffle kiln

Muffle kiln

Johnson Brothers (Hanley) Limited, Imperial Pottery,  One of three Johnson Brothers works built alongside the Caldon Canal - fully operational by 1900, closed c.2004, demolished in 2005

Johnson Brothers (Hanley) Limited, Imperial Pottery,

Winchcombe Pottery is a thriving working pottery and has been since Michael Cardew leased the old pottery complex in 1926.The disused wood-fired kiln standing in the yard may well be the second oldest in England after the kiln at Dunster. Parts of its brickwork and its design indicate that this is the kiln that was first built in 1794. UK

Winchcombe Pottery is a thriving working pottery and has been since Michael Cardew leased the old pottery complex in 1926.The disused wood-fired kiln standing in the yard may well be the second oldest in England after the kiln at Dunster. Parts of its brickwork and its design indicate that this is the kiln that was first built in 1794. UK

A Burslem Pottery

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Elektra Porcelain - Edensor c1966 small | by Ken_Davis_Archive
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Elektra Porcelain - Edensor c1966 small

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Foley china | Foley Bone China

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Since I shared my Foley Glengarry Thistle ensemble yesterday, I decided to share my other Foley trio today. This delicate pink, floral, "harlequin" set doesn't have a pattern name, but a pattern number, 3125. Harlequin means the pattern sets were available in different colors. I love the flowers on the inside of the teacup. The backstamp on the teacup is a bit different from the backstamp on the dessert plate. The set was made sometime between 1948-1963. Next to the trio is my 4-pc. Fenton…