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Report - TAMS pottery, Stoke On Trent

dweeb

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The works seens to be post war, but Tams became a household name in the 1970's for producing patterned crockery. In later years the works produced mugs, plates and the usual crockery.

The works closed quite recently, and has had virtually no vandalsim at all. Most of the equipment is also still in situ. All the kilns, dryers and glazing equipment is sitting there untouched, along with piles of moulds for plates, cups, gravy boats and all manner of ware.

TAMS is one of the best preserved works in the potteries.

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