Greener and Co., originally Angus & Greener, were based in Sunderland. They operated from the late Victorian era to 1908, when the company became Jobling. The photographs in this gallery are pieces in my own collection.
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In 1887, Greener & Co. advertised new designs of pressed crystal glass ware in The Pottery Gazette. Two of these pages contained items in pattern number 2006. The glass table ware consisted of various sized bowls, both oval and round, cream jugs, sugar bowls, butter dishes, salver, sweet dishes, salt, ash tray, comport and boat…Keep reading
This pressed glass bowl was made by Greener & Co, in Sunderland. It is shown in The Pottery Gazette supplemental pages from April 1887, pattern number 2007. The range produced in this pattern was quite extensive. The supplement included two pages devoted to the design. In addition to plates and bowls, the range included salvers, butters,…Keep reading
Greener & Co registered design number 71736, on 9th April 1887, as a “design for ornamentation of glass”.1 The April 1887 edition, of The Pottery Gazette, carried a supplement of new designs by Greener & Co. This design was not shown in those pages. It is a striking design consisting of stars surrounded by three…Keep reading