The Maling Pottery of Newcastle upon Tyne, England, was in production from 1762 to 1963. In its heyday it claimed to be the biggest pottery in the world.
Today’s collectors are often in search of the factory’s highly decorated lustre ware. But, for many years, Maling’s stock in trade was everyday white ware – marmalade jars for Keillers and Coopers, crockery for railways, shipping lines and hotels, and a huge variety of domestic kitchenware.
These items, too, are keenly sought after. In fact, it appears that there is hardly an aspect of the Maling factory output which does not attract one collector or another. The interest is not confined to the UK, but spreads around the world, as Maling had a significant export trade.


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