Adams Rose - (Ceramics, Pottery, Pattern) Glossary of Antique Terms

Adams' Rose - (Ceramics, Pottery, Pattern) This popular pattern was first produced by the Adams & Son Pottery of Brickhouse, Burslem and later Cobridge Hall, Cobridge in England between 1825 and 1850. The line of dinnerware was white blanks with large hand painted red roses and green leaves. Other companies copied this pattern because of its popularity.


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