Factory: Grainger

Grainger was an apprentice at Chamberlain’s Worcester factory and established a rival porcelain company with his partner John Wood in 1801. The Grainger factory gained a reputation for both useful and ornamental wares. Rich patterns such as Japanese style Imari and fine tea wares posed serious competition for the Chamberlain and Barr, Flight & Barr factories in the city.
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