WORCESTER PORCELAIN TRAIL
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THE YELLOW BALLS & THE BLUE QUESTION MARK REPRESENT SITES OF INTEREST - A BRIEF POP-UP GUIDE FOLLOWS
(or if you prefer the details are also on the previous page)
?ICON (in blue) THE DAVIS/WALL EXPERIMENTS were said
to have taken place here at the home of William Davis in Broad
1 Site of china mill probably used by the 1751 factory.
William Davis was involved.
2 Diglis House. This is now the Diglis Hotel but in
the late 1800s was the home of R.W. Binns, the man who did so
much to ensure the survival of the Worcester
Royal Porcelain Company during the Victorian period.
3 Site of the shop originally occupied by Flights, and
later by Robert Chamberlain at No. 33 High Street. This is now
a shoe shop.
4 Site of Flights second shop at No. 45 High St. This
is now W.H. Smith -magazine & stationery branch.
5 Graingers shop in Foregate Street. This is now a pizza
6 Dr Walls House at No. 45 Foregate Street.
7 Worcester Government School of Art. Founded in 1851
in Pierpoint Street.
8 Site of china kiln. Unfortunately little is known
about this kiln which is shown on a 1776 map of land owned by
the Moule family.