Burmantofts Pottery

place and pottery

Closed aged c. 115

Burmantofts Pottery was the common trading name of a manufacturer of ceramic pipes and construction materials, named after the Burmantofts district of Leeds, England.

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Commemorated on 1 plaque

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Burmantofts Pottery. Coal mining and brick making began here in 1842. From 1880,using the site's fireclay, Wilcock & Co made terracotta and glazed coloured Burmantofts Faience for flower pot stands, ornaments and decorative bricks and tiles used all over the world. 1842-1957

Gargrave Court LS9 7ED, Leeds, United Kingdom where it sited