Royal Stafford

Thomas Poole founded Royal Stafford China in 1845 in the Royal Overhouse Manufactory, one of the oldest pottery factories in Stokes-on-Trent. Thomas Wedgwood had already operated his company in this factory. The company demolished it in 1869 and rebuilt it with the latest improvements of the period.

Royal Stafford China stopped production of bone china in 1992 when it merged with Barratts of Staffordshire and formed a new company called Royal Stafford. Since then, this new company has been manufacturing high-fired English earthenware in the factory built in the 19th centruy.

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