Collection: Carlton Ware Pottery

Carlton Ware pottery is a renowned name in the world of decorative ceramics. Its journey began in 1890 in Stoke-on-Trent, England, shaped by the vision of James Frederick Wiltshaw and the Robinson brothers. Initially known as Wiltshaw and Robinson, the company soon adopted the iconic "Carlton Ware" trademark in 1894.

Throughout its century-long existence, Carlton Ware carved a niche for itself in the decorative giftware market. From early floral patterns to innovative lustreware finishes, their pieces reflected the changing tastes and artistic movements of the times. Notably, the Art Deco era saw a surge in Carlton Ware's popularity with their bold designs inspired by discoveries like Tutankhamun's tomb.