Ruskin Pottery Guide

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The Ruskin Pottery was founded in 1898 by Edward Richard Taylor, who named it in honour of philosopher John Ruskin, who he greatly admired. In 1912, Taylor's son, William Howson Taylor, took over the running of the Ruskin Pottery, and continued to work towards the same creative ideals as his father.

It is certainly true to say that although small in scale, Ruskin Pottery was one of the leading exponents of British art pottery in the early twentieth century.

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