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James Pulham & Son
In The Art-Journal Illustrated Catalogue of the Great Exhibition, London, 1862, Mr. Pulham, of Broxbourne, is described as '..a large exhibitor of works in terra cotta, not only for architectural purposes, but for those of gardens, conservatories, and general ornamentation of grounds'. The Pulham company was established in 1820 but made terracotta from around 1846 on into the 20th century, with workshops in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire. By the 1880s the company was concentrating on garden and landscape ornaments. A catalogue of 1915, indicates that their wares were made of 'Pulhamite' stone, which '..is considered the best material for all designed stonework in connection with the garden'. The firm continued with various forms of production until 1945.