Clementson Bros was a British pottery company that operated from 1839 to 1963. The company was based in Stoke-on-Trent, which was known as the heart of the British pottery industry.
Clementson Bros produced various ceramic products, including earthenware, ironstone, and bone china. The company was particularly known for its high-quality bone china, which was made by mixing bone ash with clay to create a very strong and translucent material.
The company’s designs were often inspired by nature, and their products featured delicate floral patterns, birds, and butterflies. They also produced tableware sets with simple, elegant designs that were popular among middle-class households.
One of the most notable designs produced by Clementson Bros was the “Indian Tree” pattern, which features a central tree motif with delicate leaves and flowers. This design was very popular during the late 19th and early 20th centuries and was produced in a range of colours and variations.
Clementson Bros’ products were exported all over the world and were particularly popular in the United States, where they were sold through department stores like Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s. Today, Clementson Bros pieces are highly collectable and can be found in antique shops and online marketplaces.