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Baptist Mills Pottery

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of Millpond Street, Baptist Mills, Bristol

Also known as The Phoenix Pottery. Manufactured 'Egyptian Black' teapots.

  • 1840-60 Joseph White II and James White I (previously at the Redcross Street Pottery).
  • 1861-9 Joseph Augustus White (son of Joseph White II) and James White II (son of James White I).
  • 1870-80 Joseph Augustus White (died in 1875 but the pottery continued in his name).
  • 1881-90 J. & J. White (run by Frederick James White, son of Joseph Augustus White).

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Sources of Information


Reg Jackson, Bristol Potters and Potteries. http://bristolpottersandpotteries.org.uk/potteries.php