POTTERY IN THE MAKING: THE WORK OF J & G MEAKIN POTTERY, HANLEY, STOKE-ON-TRENT, STAFFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND, 1942
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Cakes of clay being shovelled into a grinder at a pottery factory, somewhere in Britain. The cakes have been formed by passing 'slip' (blended raw materials) through a press to squeeze out the water, leaving these hard cakes behind.