Churchill China can trace it's routes back to 1795 with the establishment of the Bridgwoods Pottery in Lane End, Staffordshire. Bridgwoods was the first of a number of small potteries who later came together to form three larger potteries in the Staffordshire District. They were the Clarence Works of Longton, the Alexander Works of Cobridge and the Marlborough Works of Tunstall. These three potteries would in time become the basis of the Churchill Group.
Today the Churchill Group is one of the biggest British tableware suppliers and includes subsidiaroes such as W. Moorcroft, Stratford Bone China and Wessex Ceramics, as well as brands, such as, Jamie Oliver, Queens, James Sadler, Jeff Banks London and The Good Life, to name a few.
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