Lord Nelson Ware started life in Hanley,Staffordshire with the name Elijah Cotton (Ltd) of which can be dated to 1880 but can be dated back to 1758 if you speak with the right people.
They invented the brand "Nelson Ware" in about 1913 and then the term 'Lord Nelson Ware' appeared around the 1950's of which also could be earlier.
With Lord Nelson Pottery a crown was added to some of their marks in 1956.
Marks such as: 8-70 probably means it was produced in August 1970.
Marks such as: #82 may well be the shape number.
The best keywords to use when searching for info on nelson pottery is Nelson Ware, Lord Nelson Ware & of coarse Elijah Cotton.
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The Potteries of Stoke-on-Trent is a unique city in England.
It is made up of six distinct towns: Tunstall, Burslem, Hanley, Stoke, Fenton and lngton - collectively known as "THE POTTERIES".