Radford Pottery Guide

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Perhaps the most distinctive characteristic of E. Radford's pottery is the water colour style perfected during Radford's time at H. J. Wood. Although he started his own pottery in 1933, the Radford Handcraft Pottery, (usually marked E Radford, Burslem) the rigours of business eventually overwhelmed Radford and he retired from pottery-making, leaving behind an often underated and highly-collectable legacy of high-quality pottery.

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