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The secret of porcelain production was to be the property of the shareholders and each agreed to a penalty of £4000 should they disclose knowledge of the secret to anyone.
Early production was rather haphazard and the purchase of Benjamin Lund’s Bristol company was used to bring vital technical expertise into the mix.
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Then to Chamberlain & Co (1840-1850) when Flight, Barr and their arch rival Chamberlain joined forces.
of Worcester continues to inspire all girls to be strong (healthy), smart (educated), and bold (independent).
They discovered a method of making a porcelain material and then persuaded a group of 13 local businessmen to back their discovery with an investment in a new factory at Warmstry House.
A lease for the grand house on the banks of the River Severn was taken out on 16th May 1751 and on the 4th June, the 15 partners signed a deed to officially establish the ‘Worcester Tonquin Manufacture’.
Worcester are now known as Royal Worcester Porcelain Co.
This didn’t last as competitors in staffordshire began producing inexpensive wares in large quantities. John Wall retired and in 1775 Thomas Turner left Worcester and set up a rival factory at Caughley in Shropshire, where he mass produced blue & white tablewares in a very similar style to Worcester.
Alongside the name changes came different base marks including a “W”, a blue crescent, a fretted square, an anchor, imitation Chinese numbers, and a crown.