Thomas G Booth

Tunstall , Staffordshire 1876 - 1883

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Church Bank Pottery, as Thomas Booth & Co
Tunstall,
Staffordshire
1868 - 1872
Church Bank Pottery, as Thomas Booth & Son
Tunstall,
Staffordshire
1872 - 1876
Church Bank Pottery, as Thomas G Booth
Tunstall,
Staffordshire
1876 - 1883
Church Bank Pottery, as T.G.& F Booth
Tunstall,
Staffordshire
1883 - 1891
Church Bank Pottery, as Booths (Ltd)
Tunstall,
Staffordshire
1883 - 1891
Church Bank Pottery, as Booths (Ltd) and at other locations
Tunstall,
Staffordshire
1891 - 1848
Hanley, as Booths & Colcloughs Ltd
Staffordshire
1948 - 1954
Thomas Booth and his sons in their various partnerships shared the Church Banks Works in Tunstall with Ralph Hammersley until 1883 when Ralph moved his production to Burslem. Produced similar quality earthenwares to Ralph Hammersley who also produced the "Asiatic Pheasants" pattern with a harp Cartouche mark at the Church Banks Works. Only the TGB has been found on "Asiatic Pheasants" wares so far confining its production to 1872 - 1883 under the Booth Cartouche

Marks employed

T G B
Printed mark contained in the "Asiatic Pheasants" cartouche