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Allied English Potteries

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Allied English Potteries,

1964 the Lawley Group was merged with Thomas C. Wild and Sons Ltd[1] and changed its name to Allied English Potteries (AEP)[2]. Subsidiaries included Shore and Coggins, Chapmans (Longton), Paragon China Co, Alcock, Lindley and Bloore[3].

1964 Allied English Potteries, which was expanding very fast, acquired Royal Crown Derby[4]

1967 Standard Industrial Group purchased 58% of Allied English Potteries in exchange for 8 million shares which gave S. Pearson and Son a majority holding in SIG[5].

1969 Was one of S. Pearson and Son's quoted subsidiaries at the time of the flotation of the parent company[6].

1971 S. Pearson and Son acquired Doulton and Co and the outstanding interests in Allied English Potteries that it did not already own[7]. As a result Royal Albert, as a part of Allied English Potteries, joined with Royal Doulton. Thus three key names – Royal Doulton, Royal Albert, and Mintons – came under the umbrella brand of Doulton Home.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 11 August 1969
  2. The Times, 11 August 1969
  3. The Times, 13 July 1964
  4. The Times, Aug 19, 1968
  5. The Times, 8 April 1967
  6. The Times, 23 April 1969
  7. The Times, 3 November 1971