T G Green Cornish Ware

The T G Green pottery, best known as makers of Cornishware, was founded by Thomas Goodwin Green in 1864, when he bought a small pottery at Church Gresley from a Henry Wileman. Originally makers of earthenware kitchenwares, the more decorative T G Green Cornish Ware Kitchenware was borne out of the economic hardships and recession of the early 1920s. Cornish Ware pottery was to prove successful and long-lived, and is still produced to this day, albeit under different ownership.

T G Green Cornish Ware Salt box with wooden lid. Green shield pottery mark c1920s-1960s.

T G Green Cornish Ware Salt box with wooden lid. Green shield pottery mark c1920s-1960s.

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T G Green Cornish Ware Flour Shaker. Green shield pottery mark c1920s-1960s.

T G Green Cornish Ware Flour Shaker. Green shield pottery mark c1920s-1960s.

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TG Green Cornish Ware Flour Shaker. Green shield backstamp c1920s-1960s.

TG Green Cornish Ware Flour Shaker. Green shield backstamp c1920s-1960s.

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T G Green Cornish Ware Currants Storage Jar

T G Green Cornish Ware Currants Storage Jar

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T G Green Cornish Ware Sugar jar. Black shield pottery mark c1920s-1960s.

T G Green Cornish Ware Sugar jar. Black shield pottery mark c1920s-1960s.

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T G Green Cornishware Sugar Storage Jar, Early Green & Co Gresley Church Pottery Mark

T G Green Cornishware Sugar Storage Jar, Early Green & Co Gresley Church Pottery Mark

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T G Green Cornish Ware Large Sugar storage jar, Black Shield

T G Green Cornish Ware Large Sugar storage jar, Black Shield

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T G Green Cornish Ware Sugar Shaker. Green shield pottery mark c1920s-1960s.

T G Green Cornish Ware Sugar Shaker. Green shield pottery mark c1920s-1960s.

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