Booths is a family-owned British porcelain company that was founded in 1812. It is one of the oldest and most respected porcelain manufacturers in the world.

The company was founded by Thomas Booth, who started out as a potter in Burslem, Staffordshire, England. In 1868, Booth moved to Tunstall and established the Church Bank Works, where he began producing earthenware and porcelain.

Booths quickly gained a reputation for its high-quality products, particularly its earthenware named Silicon China. Silicon China was a thin, translucent earthenware that was designed to compete with fine porcelain.

Booths porcelain was particularly popular in the United States. In the early 1900s, the company opened a showroom on Fifth Avenue in New York City.

M&A: Ridgways - Wedgwood - Portmeirion Group






Real Old Willow Pattern


After 1940s


1940 ~

After acquisition, I could no longer find Booth's marks in my collection.