Hammersley Victorian Violets Teapot


Hammersley and Co. began in 1862 as a china manufacturer at Longton, Stoke-on-Trent by Adams, Scrivener & Co.  It went through several name changes, was purchased by Carborundum Ltd. in 1966, merged with Royal Worcester Spode Ltd. in 1976, and was then taken over by Palissy Pottery Ltd., which closed Hammersley’s Works in 1982.  The Hammersley name was sold to Aynsley in 1989. 

The company has a history of producing high quality finely decorated bone china and was often sold through luxury china retailers.

Hammersley Victorian Violets – From England’s Countryside – Made in England

Early bone china teapot with factory mark for 1912.

Bulbous shape – 11 cm high x 21 cm spout to handle

Lovely condition, only a little rubbing to the gilt.

1 in stock

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