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Meigh Pottery

Gordon Campbell

in Grove Art Online

Volume Grove Art Online, issue Published in print August 1996 |
Published online February 2013 | e-ISBN: 9781884446054

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English pottery established in the Staffordshire town of Hanley in 1805 by Job Meigh (d 1817). It was successively known as Job Meigh (1805–12), Job Meigh & Son (1812–34), Charles Meigh (1834–49), C. Meigh, Son & Pankhurst (1850–51), Charles Meigh & Son (1851–61), Old Hall Earthenware Co. Ltd (1861–86) and Old Hall Porcelain Works Ltd (1886–1902). The factory, which was located at the Old Hall Works, initially made salt-glaze jugs and teapots, but was

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