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Phoenix Works 1881

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http://www.phoenix-works.co.uk Owned by our family since 1961. I am trying to create more recognition of Thomas Forester who built Phoenix and employed over 700 people by 1900 and who took the largest order ever given to any pottery manufacturer up to 1883. We are busy restoring the factory buildings and when ready letting units to commercial tenants. website; http://www.phoenix-works.co.uk

Wouldn’t you like to buy some of these pieces at 1883 prices published in the Pottery Gazette with the coloured poster nearby. Stoke On Trent, Pottery Making, Pottery Art, It Works, Phoenix, Stuff To Buy, Memories, Poster, Memoirs

Wouldn’t you like to buy some of these pieces at 1883 prices | 500 King Street

Wouldn’t you like to buy some of these pieces at 1883 prices published in the Pottery Gazette with the coloured poster nearby.

Published in The Pottery Gazette with the price list nearby. Italian Renaissance, Price List, Pottery Making, Earthenware, Pottery Art, A Table, Phoenix, Berry

Wouldn’t you like to buy some of these pieces at 1883 prices | 500 King Street

TF(1883)FebPoster. Published in The Pottery Gazette with the price list nearby.

The Phoenix Works frontage before 1961 when we demolished the first floor as it was dangerously leaning over the footpath Stoke On Trent, Restoration, It Works, Street View, The Unit, History, Building, Phoenix, Pictures

The Phoenix Works frontage before 1961 when we demolished the first floor as it was dangerously leaning over the footpath

The Portmeirion Factory Shop on the front of Phoenix Works Portmeirion Pottery, Phoenix, Restoration, Dishes, Street, Building, Garden, Shop, Garten

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The Portmeirion Factory Shop on the front of Phoenix Works

 Thomas Forester and his wife Mary. Ceramics and Majolica producer. Pottery Making, Pottery Art, Mary, Ceramics, History, Phoenix, Photograph, England, Painting

Thomas Forester

Mr Thomas Forester and his wife Mary Anne in c1906

Views from the top of one of our bottle ovens in 2001 Stoke On Trent, Old Photos, Past, Street, Bottle, Places, Pictures, Ovens, Phoenix

Views from the top of one of our bottle ovens in 2001 | 500 King Street

What's under the massive Tesco 2001

Gallery | 500 King Street Phoenix, Restoration, King, Memories, Street, Gallery, Building, Pictures, Memoirs

Gallery | 500 King Street

Gallery | 500 King Street

Thos Forester who built Phoenix Works in 1881 in later life. Pottery Making, Pottery Art, Phoenix, It Works, Life, Nailed It

Thomas Forester in later life | 500 King Street

Thos Forester who built Phoenix Works in 1881 in later life.

View all the latest pictures in the gallery, Unseen images of Longton: Bert Bentley Collection, on Stoke Sentinel. View toward Foley Crossing subsidence crack to right of station Unseen Images, Stoke On Trent, Latest Pics, Old Photos, Restoration, Louvre, The Unit, Gallery, Building

Phoenix with the 6 bottle ovens before we demolished 4 in 1961. The 2 by the tall chimney are still there.

The only unit left available from the first stage of redevelopment is the First Floor sq ft suitable for offices/studios over what will be the new coffee/wine bar Coffee Wine, Ground Floor, Offices, The One, Phoenix, Restoration, Studios, It Works, Stage

The only unit left available from the first stage of redevelopment is the First Floor 2,000 sq ft suitable for offices/studios over what will be the new coffee/wine bar

Showing the finished development which should be completed by March Phoenix, Restoration, March, Mansions, House Styles, Building, Pictures, Photos, Manor Houses

Showing the finished development which should be completed by March 2015.

The pre Tesco Normid 2001 Stoke On Trent, Local History, Great Memories, Old Town, Old Photos, Past, Street, Bottle, City

Views from the top of one of our bottle ovens in 2001 | 500 King Street

The pre Tesco Normid 2001