Anchor pottery dinner service
Thomas & John Carey
1823 - 1842
Place of origin
Baddesley Clinton, Warwickshire (Accredited Museum)
Thos. John Carey Anchor pottery dinner service with dragooned edges and floral decoration, two large hexagonal tureens and stands, four small tureens and stands, four vegetable dishes, nine other dishes, about one hundred plates. The first reference to the Thomas and John Carey partnership seems to date from 1823 but Carey Bros. and John occurs before this date. The partnership was dissolved in 1842. Carey and anchor device from 1823 - 1842. This service belonged to T Ferrers-Walker's paternal grandfather.
Acquired by the National Trust in 1980 as part of the transfer of the estate, house and collection of Baddesley Clinton from Mr Ferrers-Walker.
Makers and roles
Thomas & John Carey, manufacturer Thomas John Carey Anchor Pottery , manufacturer