Hammersley China Dinnerware
The first potter associated with this maker was probably George Harris Hammersley, who worked in partnership with Harvey Adams ( Harvey Adams and Co.) up to Aug 4, 1885. The firm title was changed from Harvey Adams & Co. to Hammersley & Co. in about 1887, but the old pattern books and pattern number sequences were continued by Hammersley.
The standard marks incorporated the initials 'H & Co.',
'H & C '., or the full name ' Hammersley & Co.' . The trade name
Alsager China was also used. The Spode group of companies bought the Hammersley
company and has since stopped using the marks or the trade name of 'Hammersley
We pride ourselves in having a large and growing collection of Hammersley china for your enjoyment. Here are some of the pieces we currently have in stock. If you are looking for a particular Hammersley item not featured on this page, we may have it in stock. We would be pleased to respond to any of your special requests.
In addition to the items available in the many patterns listed on this page, you will find other Hammersley patterns and shapes by going to the Hammersley Collectoritems page.
If you have questions or wish to order any items on this page you need only click on the appropriate button at the bottomof the page.
|181||Autumn Glory||Balmoral||Cornflower||Glamis Heather|
|184M||Bird of Paradise||Golden Chrysanthemum|
|4586||Bridal Rose||Golden Glory|
|C231||Hammersley Rose||Indian Tree||Lady Valerie||Minuet|
|Howard's Spray||Morgan's Rose|
|Petites Fleurs||Victorian Violets||Windsor Rose|