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Hammersley China

With a history of producing high quality, ornately decorated bone china, Hammersley is a respected china manufacturer among collectors. The company was founded in 1862 and underwent several name changes through its existence. In 1966, Carborundum Ltd. purchased Hammersley and merged with Royal Worcester Spode Ltd. in 1976. In 1982, Hammersley production ceased when the company was taken over by Palissy Pottery Ltd.


Quick Facts

  • A Hammersley china part tea and dessert service set sold at Bonhams Knowle in June 2008 for $394
  • A Hammersley porcelain plate, retailed by Tiffany & Co, sold at Bonhams New York in November 2006 for $209
  • A Hammersley bone china tea service, together with a quantity of other china, sold at Bonhams Bath in August 2003 for $335

Recommended Items at Auction

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A Hammersley & Co Pink & Blue Cabbage Rose Floral Tea Service
Oct 31, 11:00 AM AEDT
A Hammersley & Co Pink & Blue Cabbage Rose Floral Tea Service
by Theodore Bruce
Est: AUD200- AUD400
AUD2000 Bids
Porcelain cup signed on base Hammersly
Oct 28, 11:30 PM EDT
Porcelain cup signed on base Hammersly
by Baker's Antiques and Auctions
Est: $30- $35
$100 Bids

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