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Report - John Tams Pottery, Stoke (B&W) 05/2010

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John Tam's & Son's Pottery Stoke on trent, There is a real contrast of pottery's in stoke if you are lucky enough to visit any this one is a must, a lot more modern than weatherby's there is no real feeling of history in the building except in the roof area where all the mold's were, non the less it it a nice explore with some great little finds i loved the silk screen's and pile's of mugs very nice.if you are going to stoke i would take this one in first then move on to Weatherby's as that is amazing in contrast.
History in breif.
1864 John Tams and William Lowe joined companies' and formed a partnership Tam's and Lowe which split in 1874.
1903 John Tams and son's were formed, 1912 John Tams Ltd was formed,
2002 the company was the biggest employer in longton and one the largest mug manufacturers in Europe, the company went into receivership in 2006 and finally closed it's doors
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