Welcome to Burslem Pottery antiques of the future.
or telephone 07980 016588 (01782) 824551
Opening Hours are 9.00 to 3.30 Monday to Wednesday please ring for an appointment any other times
OUR NEXT SHOW WILL BE
SUNDAY 21st DECEMBER 2014
11AM TILL 3PM
THE MIDDLEPORT MAKERS MARKET
COME ALONG TO THE FACTORY,WHERE WE CAN SHOW YOU THE TECHNIQUES THAT WE USE TO MAKE OUR CERAMICS.
WE WERE INVITED TO DO A DEMONSTRATION FOR HRH PRINCE CHARLES,AS YOU CAN SEE FROM THE PHOTOGRAPH IT WAS GREAT FUN.
see more photo's of the visit :- click here
Burslem Pottery was originally set up as an offshoot of Cobridge Stoneware,which ran for a time as a sister company to Moorcroft.The present owner of Burslem Pottery is Tracy Bentley who was one of the artists at the inception of Cobridge Stoneware,she also worked for a while at Moorcroft.Tracy bought along with the Burslem Pottery name,the majority of the Cobridge Stone ware moulds.
We began by producing the models of grotesque birds and animals that were inspired by the Martin Brothers,and modelled by Andrew Hull.
We're also producing hand drawn and hand painted vases,because of the methods we employ,and the fact that Burslem Pottery consists of a workforce of three people,we can't produce our pottery in large numbers,and it also means that no two vases can ever be the same.
Burslem Pottery offers fine ceramic art.Wether you are looking for that special unique gift or you are interested in starting your collection.
Thank you for visiting our site
WE ARE NOW SITUATED AT
THE OLD POST OFFICE,
Tel 01782 824551, 079800 16588 or 07970 893660
WE DO NOT HAVE A VALUATION SERVICE
Recently we have had people inquiring about the value of their pottery items, the majority of these are from people who believe that these items were manufactured by Burslem pottery,but we must stress that most of these items have no connection with our factory,but they were made in the town of Burslem,there were hundreds of pottery factories in Burslem.
All our pottery has an impressed backstamp of Burslem pottery.
we suggest people start their search by contacting the Potteries Museum Hanley.
Or check out www.thepotteries.org
We are sorry we can not answer any inquiries.