Adams

John Adams known as Adams China. He originally set up a pottery house in Staffordshire, which was known as the Brick House Works during the 17th century. During the early years, Adams Pottery focused on recreating models that were brought in from the Far East Which the uk were fascinated by.
The pottery market changed after Adams came up with his ironstone formula. It was an instant success overtaking the earthenware market. The ironstone’s popularity increased so much so that Adams Pottery focused only on making white ironstone, pottery and cookware.Adams Pottery moved to the Wedgwood Group on 1st January, 1966.
Producing some of the most popular patterns Old Colonial, Sharon,English Scenic in a variety of colours and many more which are still loved today.Buy Adams Pottery replacements teapot,dinner plate,tureen,tea cup and saucer and much more.