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    Posted 1 month ago

    Hine192
    (4 items)

    Once again inherited from my Grandmother wo died over 40 years ago. I would like as much information about this piece that you can offer. Thank you

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    Antique 10" Stoneware Crock FROM HAMILTON & JONES, Greensboro PA 1 Gallon Crock
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    Antique 10" Stoneware Crock FROM HAMILTON & JONES, Greensboro PA 1 Gallon Crock
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    1. keramikos, 1 month ago
      *snip*

      Wood & Son (s, Ltd)

      Location and period of operation:

      Wood & Son (s, Ltd)

      Burslem

      1865 - 2005

      Earthenware manufacturer at Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent

      Established in 1865 by Absalom Wood and his son Thomas Francis Wood - Thomas was the fifth generation in line to Moses Wood who was brother to Aaron and Ralph.

      Thomas, a prominent citizen in the potteries and later to become the Mayor of Burslem, built Wood and Sons into one of the largest companies in the area.

      In 1921 Harry F. Wood succeeded his father, Thomas F. Wood, as the chairman and under his leadership the company became a prolific and successful pottery manufacturer.

      The business became a public company in 1954 under the name Wood & Sons (Holdings) Ltd - although Wood and Sons Ltd continued as the main operating company.

      *snip*

      http://www.thepotteries.org/allpotters/1124.htm

      *snip*


      WOOD & SON [mark c.1865-1907]
      WOOD & SONS [mark 1907+]
      WOOD & SONS LTD [mark 1910+]

      *snip*

      http://www.thepotteries.org/mark/w/wood_sons.html

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