The Potteries Antique Centre established in 1990 is based in Cobridge near Burslem, Stoke on Trent, England and is housed in a two storey Victorian colour works that was established in 1876 by the Emery Brothers who supplied colour pigments to the pottery industry in the potteries and abroad. Burslem belongs to the proud title of " The Mother Town of Potteries ".
As early as the 17th century this town was noted above all others for the production of the best classes of pottery made in this country. Here, too, was born the greatest exponent of the potters' art whom the world has known - Josiah Wedgwood - who was born at Burslem in July, 1730. The Potteries Antique Centre is very popular and proud to have established itself in immense art of potteries that holds an extensive collection of Royal Doulton, Beswick, Moorcroft, Wedgewood, Clarice Cliff, Carltonware,Wade.
We have an everchanging stock of the most popular ceramics along with rare, wonderful and unique items from all the famous names associated with The Potteries, the birthplace of British Pottery manufacturing.
Our location allows us to provide an outstanding level of product knowledge and being established for over 25 years, our experience is second to none. With our unique position nestled in the heart of 'The Potteries' in Stoke on Trent, we can offer one of the largest collections of rare and discontinued Pottery in the UK.
We are open to customers (Monday to Friday) strictly by appointment only. Please email or call us to arrange an appointment.