Fulham Pottery

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Fulham Pottery, 2014
Covered tankard made by Fulham Pottery, c. 1685-1690

Fulham Pottery was founded in Fulham, London by John Dwight in 1672, at the junction of New King's Road and Burlington Road, not far from Putney Bridge.[1]

From the earliest days, they were a significant manufacturor of salt glaze pottery.

Today, all that remains of the original pottery is one large kiln.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fulham (1672 - 1928)". Museum of London website. Museum of London web site. Retrieved 9 December 2013.