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The company still produces art pottery along with its bread-and-butter lines of china tableware and decorated figures.Founded in 1815 by John Doulton and John Watts, Doulton & Co.In 1878 the company bought an existing pottery works in Nile Street, Burslem, Staffordshire, to make pots for decoration at the Lambeth works. During the first half of the twentieth century production of saltglazed stoneware diminished and finally ceased in 1956 when the Lambeth works was closed and all production was moved to Burslem.Doulton employed many fine designers and artists, notably Charles Noke and his sons, Cecil and Jack, Bernard Moore, Frank Brangwyn and Agnete Hoy.This factory was a tiny pottery located in Vauxhall Walk, Lambeth, a borough of London, England.The factory specialized in producing utilitarian salt glazed stoneware, similar to the Fulham factory.has long been known for its fine dinnerware, figurines, and art pottery.
At this point, the pottery at Lambeth was producing everything from flasks and covered jars to fountains and animal statues. In 1877, Doulton began the process of taking over a factory in Burslem outside of Staffordshire that had previously been controlled by Pinder, Bourne and Company.
Martha Jones broke ties with the company in 1820 and by 1826, now trading as Doulton & Watts, the company moved to larger premises in Lambeth Walk to cope with the rapid expansion it was experiencing.
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Two hundred years ago, the first Doulton Pottery was founded beside the River Thames in Lambeth, London.
Initially John Doulton made bottles in salt-glazed stoneware for the domestic market and spirit trade.
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