J.F. Wiltshaw and H.T. Robinson teamed up in 1890 to trade from the Carlton Works in Staffordshire's Stoke on Trent. Turnover was healthy and diverse with notable production of lustre wares, enamelled decorative tableware and novelty pieces. For the high end market new shapes and patterns were developed using rich glazes and gilding and in the nineteen twenties embossed floral ware was introduced. The company moved in to the manufacture of advertising novelties in the nineteen thirties.

Around 1910 H.T. Robinson left the partnership, the company continuing to thrive right through to the late nineteen sixties after which it was taken over by Arthur Wood and Son.

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