ANTIQUE JAMES HADLEY WORCESTER STONEWARE HIGH RELIEF PLAQUE ART POTTERY. An antique late 19th century stoneware plaque produced by Hadley & Sons Ltd. The plaque depictsa classical maiden in relief. In 1897 James Hadley together with Frank Littledale Hadleybegan to build a factory in Diglis Road Worcester on land owned by his family. Early production concentrated on decorative Art Pottery with mainly monochrome decoration and terracotta plaques modelled in high relief. Hadley wares were made using coloured clay mouldings in dark blue, green and brown which distinguish them from similar objects made by the Royal Worcester factory. Quote from Museum of Royal Worcester. The plaque has been mounted in a modern frame. JAMES HADLEY & CO ART POTTERY’ impressed to base. Frame measures 11 1/2 29cm tall. Weight n/a (measurements and weights where specified are approximate). Good condition, no cracks, no chips, no repairs, no restoration. Please gauge condition using the photos provided below. Please scroll down for more photos and information. To keep up to date on our new listings. View Our Other Items For Sale. To browse our currently available items. We welcome your trade. We will do our best to fulfil your query. Our items are packed professionally within double wall corrugated cartons. We always use generous amounts of packaging, padding and bubble wrap. We will work with you and help you to the best of our ability. Please message us and we’ll make sure this is done. This is not always possible due to weight / size restrictions. A final few words. We welcome customers from the UK and across the globe. We hope to do business together soon. Thank-you for reading and have a very good day. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Auctiva gets you noticed! Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “N725 ANTIQUE JAMES HADLEY WORCESTER STONEWARE HIGH RELIEF PLAQUE ART POTTERY” is in sale since Wednesday, September 26, 2018. This item is in the category “Pottery, Porcelain & Glass\Date-Lined Ceramics\c.1840- c.1900″. The seller is “buckinghamshire_antiques” and is located in High Wycombe. This item can be shipped worldwide.