Employees included Tito Clemente Ristori22 December 1857 - 15 December 1862 (Probable)Listed in the 'Hiring Book 1837-1892' as a Majolica and Porcelain Maker.Employment is recorded as starting on this date and as being possibly extended until 15 December 1862.294-295, who give dates of employment between c.1878-1883.See also a number of photographs of 'Pate-sur-Pate Vases' dated c.See also in the Wedgwood Digital Archive photographs of 'Moulds and Blocks', figure designs (c. Employees included Thomas Mellor 1880 (Circa)Made inlaid ware in the 1880s at Wedgwood: see Reilly and Savage, 'The Dictionary of Wedgwood' (1980), p. See a photograph of an Earthenware Vase, Lid and Stand c.1880-1889)(reference no.s MOULD25-27) and a modelled portrait medallion (in high relief) of Geoffrey Chaucer c. 1880, inlaid and enamelled by Mellor in the Wedgwood Museum Digital Archive [reference no. Employees included Thomas Hulme 1883Listed as an 'Ornamental Ware Potter' in the 'List of Hands on Works', 1883 (Wedgwood Archives). Employees included William Lovatt 1883Listed as a modeller in the 'List of Hands on Works', 1883 (Wedgwood Archives).Employment seems to be recorded between these dates although the hand written notes are unclear in the source [summary].Employees included James Baker 1853 - 18 June 1859 (Presumed)Listed in the 'Hiring Book 1837-1892' as an apprentice figure maker. Salary is recorded as beginning at 4 (presumably) shillings per week, rising to 5 in 1855 and to 6 to the end of the contract [summary].
The letter discusses Birks forthcoming employment as a modeller, and states that the company cannot employ his son becasue they already have an apprentice [see The Wedgwood Manuscripts, Wedwgood Archives, E49 29545].
The artist was living/based in Newcastle, Staffordshire. Employees included Henry Till 1883Listed as a modeller in the 'List of Hands on Works', 1883 (Wedgwood Archives). Austin 1904 (Presumed) - 1923 (Presumed)Listed as a modeller in the 'List of Hands', 1923 (Wedgwood Archives).
The artist was living/based in Etruria, Staffordshire. Employees included John Willdigg 1883Listed as a modeller in the 'List of Hands on Works', 1883 (Wedgwood Archives). The artist's date of 'engagement' is given as 1904 and the list was produced in 1923. Bentley 1919 (Circa)Described in Reilly and Savage, 'The Dictionary of Wedgwood' (1980) as a modeller at Wedgwood, Etruria, and a maker of vases and medallions [summary]. Barlow 1920 - 1923 (Presumed)Listed as an apprentice modeller in the 'List of Hands on Works', 1923 (Wedgwood Archives).
Employees included Rowland James Morris 1873 (Circa)Worked at Wedgwood concentrating on majolica ware [see Wilkinson, 'Ceramic Artists' (2007), p.
105, and Copeland 'Parian Copeland's Statuary Porcelain' (2007), p. Employees included Charles Toft 1877 (Circa) - 1888 (Circa)Employed as Chief Modeller: Atterbury and Batkin 'Dictionary of Minton' (1990), p.