The Adams family first opened a pottery in Staffordshire in 1657. This must make them one of the oldest pottery firms in the country. In 1966 the company of William Adams joined with the Wedgwood Group and it is still part of that massive company today, although items are still produced using the Adams back stamp.
Obviously, when a pottery has been in production for so many years, most of their patterns have been discontinued and are no longer available in conventional High Street outlets. We try to obtain items from some of the Adams discontinued ranges and offer them to our discerning clients
PLEASE CLICK ON THE PHOTOGRAPH OF ANY ADAMS PATTERN TO VIEW A LIST OF ITEMS AVAILABLE IN THAT PATTERN