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Report - TG Green Pottery, Church Gresley, June 09

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by rigsby, Jul 2, 2009.

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    The T G Green pottery, best known as makers of Cornishware, was founded by Thomas Goodwin Green in 1864, when he bought a small pottery at Church Gresley from a Henry Wileman. Originally makers of earthenware kitchenwares, the more decorative Cornish Kitchenware was borne out of the economic hardships and recession of the early 1920s. Cornish Ware was to prove successful and long-lived, and is still produced to this day, albeit under different ownership.

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