John Thomas Hudden

Longton, Staffordshire 1859 - 1885

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Stafford St ,
Longton,
Staffordshire
1859 - 1885
British Anchor Works ,
Longton,
Staffordshire
1874 - 1885
One of the more distinguished Transferware manufactures of the period produced good quality earthenwares, designing and registering new patterns and using many of the popular patterns such as "Willow" and "Asiatic Pheasants"
Factory taken over by the British Anchor Pottery Co.Ltd who produced a lesser quality version of the pattern.

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