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History of Kelston Potteries and Kelston Ceramics

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History of Kelston Potteries and Kelston Ceramics

Post  JanPots on Mon 23 Sep - 11:29

Question.. When sorting out my collection.. I have Kelston Potteries and Kelston Ceramics - Anyone know any history about that? For example did the Potteries stamp operate for a period of time then changed to ceramics?


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