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Medmenham Pottery was established on Marlow Common in Buckinghamshire in 1898 by Conrad Dressler a sculptor who had been working at the Della Robbia Pottery in Birkenhead. Dressler was financed by William Hudson, the soap magnate until 1906 when the business closed although the tiles continued to be made by J H Barratt & Co in Stoke-on-Trent. The company specialised in small architectural tiles which were combined to create large wall panels.