The Dudson Museum combines the history of the company’s production with a fascinating industrial history of both local and national significance. Very few pottery museums specific to the production of one company still remain, and Dudson is one of the most significant. The diverse and extensive collection of Dudson pottery spans three centuries and is displayed on two floors, with exhibits ranging from Staffordshire figures to Jasperware and hotel-ware.

The Dudson Collection

Stepping inside one of only a few bottle ovens in Stoke-on-Trent which are accessible to the public, reveals the dazzling Dudson Collection. The converted bottle

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The Dudson Family

Richard Dudson opened his first factory in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, in 1800. Later, eight generations and two centuries later! the company became the oldest privately owned

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