Saturday, 31 August 2019

Price & Kensington Pottery, National Teapot Works, Stoke-on-Trent


Price's National Teapots (also known as Top Bridge Works) has been occupied by Price Brothers since the 1890s, becoming Price & Kensington after an amalgamation in 1962. Along with the Spode factory, the Top Bridge Works is the earliest surviving example of a fire proof pottery works. The main warehouse along the roadside and the one remaining bottle kiln are both listed buildings. Today part of the buildings are used by a mix of small businesses such as a gym, carwash and bric-a-brac shop.


Esoteric Eric

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