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Ralph Salt (active from prior to 1816-1841)
Ralph Salt was born around 1784 and married his wife, Rosannah, at Norton-on-the-Moors on 16th February 1807. He is first recorded in partnership with Charles Massey and Joseph Gould, lusterers, on New St, Hanley, but by May 1816 that partnership had dissolved. Thereafter, we track Salt's endeavors from the following records:

1817, 16 April. Manor court records show “Ralph Salt, of Shelton, Potter” bought a plot of land from the New Hall estate for GBP14.
1822. Allbut’s Directory records the china and earthenware manufacturer Ralph Salt as a “lusterer and enameller” at Miles Bank, Hanley.
1828. Pigot’s Directory. Ralph Salt, earthenware manufacturer, toys only, at Marsh Street Shelton.
1830. Pigot’s Directory. Ralph Salt, earthenware manufacturer, toys only, at Marsh Street Shelton.
1834. White’s Directory. Ralph Salt, China and earthenware toy manufacturers (figures and porcelain tablets) at Marsh Street Shelton.
1835. Pigot’s Directory. Ralph Salt, fine toy and ornamental china manufacturers at Marsh Street Shelton.
1841. Pigot’s Directory. Ralph Salt, fine toy and ornamental china manufacturers at Marsh Street Shelton.

On 17 April 1841 The Staffordshire Adveritiser reported the auction of Ralph Salt’s “houses & toy figure warehouse, March St.” Probably illness caused Salt to abandon his trade and he died on 21 November, 1846, aged 62.

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RALPH SALT (c.1784-1846)
Pair of Antique Staffordshire Sheep with lambs
Pair of early 19th century Staffordshire pottery models of ewe & ram, with lambs, standing on raised grassy mound bases. Impressed marks 'SALT' to...
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