Bristol Pottery - (Ceramics Pottery)

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Bristol Pottery - (Ceramics, Pottery) Delftware was made at Bristol from the mid-seventeenth century, first at Brislington and then at Temple Back and Redcliffe and other factories, until the late eighteenth century, from which period and for most of the nineteenth century various types of earthenware were made. The delftware is scarce and difficult to identify; the earthenware is similar to the general Staffordshire wares.

Old Bristol Potteries: Being an Account of the Old Potters and Potteries of Bristol and Brislington, Between 1650 and 1850, with Some Pages On the Old Chapel of St. Anne, Brislington
Old Bristol Potteries: Being an Account of the Old Potters and Potteries of Bristol and Brislington, Between 1650 and 1850, with Some Pages On the Old Chapel of St. Anne, Brislington

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