The Great Glasgow Pottery Trail

Exhibition curator Ruth Impey takes you on an adventure across the city connecting the potteries in the north, south, east and west of the city, revealing that Glasgow was a highly developed and major centre for the production of ceramics in the 19th century, rivalling the Staffordshire potteries. 

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Introduction | Broomielaw
Victoria Pottery
Delftfield Pottery
Verreville Pottery
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Govancroft Pottery
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Caledonian Pottery
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Eagle Pottery
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5. North British
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4. Port Dundas
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6. Bells
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7. Britannia
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12. Eagle
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11. Barrowfield
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2. Delftfield
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1. Introduction
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3. Verreville
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8. Possil
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9. Campbellfield
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10. Annfield
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13. Govancroft
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14. Caledonian
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15. Victoria

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