Davenport pottery and porcelain were made at the Davenport factory in Longport, Staffordshire, England, from 1793 to 1887. Earthenware, creamware, porcelain, ironstone, and other ceramics were made. Earthenwares were the only pieces made at the beginning of Davenport's run. Porcelain was manufactured about 1815. Most of the pieces are marked with a form of the word Davenport. For more information, explore our identification guides for Staffordshire and other British pottery and porcelain.