St Philip’s Pottery 11

Posted on: August 9th, 2016 by webfooted

There was a reference in August 1842 to Messrs C. Price and Son having operated a pottery in St Philip’s Marsh for many years: ‘Eligible stoneware pottery, to be let, on the 21 December next. A commodious stoneware pottery situate in St Philip’s Marsh, now and for many years past in the occupation of Messrs C. Price and Son. These premises, as well as the whole of the freehold property extending therefrom to the Marsh Bridge, may be purchased if preferred’.

There are no other references to the Price family owning a pottery in St Philip’s parish.


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