Welcome to Carlton Ware World.
Site updated Wednesday 29 July 2015
Announcements & most recent additions to site.
Read how a visit to an exhibition at the Tate Modern brought Carlton Ware's designer, Violet Elmer, immediately to mind. See our Recent Articles page! ❑ Retro is all the rage!
See the first of a series of trendy infographics on the work of Vivienne Brennan for Carlton Ware on our Recent Articles page! ❑
Some of our viewers haven't noticed the search box at the top right of this page. This is especially useful if looking for specific patterns or shapes that are mentioned on this site. Just enter a name or number or indeed anything else. To help avoid mixing up pattern and shape numbers put an S before the shape number - eg S777.
Use this site, carltonwareworld.com, as a springboard to all things Carlton Ware on the Web. Just click on the topics to the left to see what we have to offer. We hold regular meetings to which you are cordially invited.
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If Carlton Ware is new to you, here is a brief note.
Carlton Ware pottery was first made c1890 by Wiltshaw & Robinson in the town of Stoke in the County of Staffordshire in an area known as The Potteries. Its wide-ranging, high quality output is well represented on the Internet, emphasizing its importance.
This site, carltonwareworld.com is the only non-profit site dedicated to Carlton Ware.
It is run by a group of enthusiasts and covers all types of ware made up to 1989. It is the most authoritative site.
Many other websites feature Carlton Ware within their content. You can find a comprehensive list of these on our Links page. ❑
Carlton Ware World's Bulletins.
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