A Tweeted History of Minton (WHoM:22)

It’s time for the 22nd instalment of our #WadsworthsHistoryofMinton mega-thread round-up, where we bring the latest ‘Minton’ manuscript tweets from @MintonArchive together in one easy to digest blog post. It’s a significant moment in the life of our lockdown-induced potted history project too as we’ve now reached the final chapter in the manuscript: “Art Nouveau, Art Deco and the Post-War Years”. Our latest collection of snippets doesn’t even get to the first of those subjects however – concentrating instead on the shift from Minton under Colin Minton Campbell to his son John Fitzherbert Campbell – so fear not, there’s still a little more Minton company history to come yet 😉

Catch up with previous A Tweeted History of Minton posts using the links below:

WHoM:1
(01/04/20 – 07/04/20)
WHoM:2
(08/04/20 – 14/04/20)
WHoM:3
(15/04/20 – 21/04/20)
WHoM:4
(22/04/20 – 28/04/20)

WHoM:5
(29/04/20 – 05/05/20)
WHoM:6
(06/05/20 – 12/05/20)
WHoM:7
(13/05/20 – 19/05/20)
WHoM:8
(20/05/20 – 26/05/20)

WHoM:9
(27/05/20 – 02/06/20)
WHoM:10
(03/06/20 – 09/06/20)
WHoM:11
(10/06/20 – 16/06/20)
WHoM:12
(17/06/20 – 23/06/20)

WHoM:13
(24/06/20 – 30/06/20)
WHoM:14
(01/07/20 – 07/07/20)
WHoM:15
(08/07/20 – 14/07/20)
WHoM:16
(15/07/20 – 21/07/20)

WHoM:17
(22/07/20 – 28/07/20)
WHoM:18
(29/07/20 – 04/08/20)
WHoM:19
(05/08/20 – 11/08/20)
WHoM:20
(12/08/20 – 18/08/20)

WHoM:21
(19/08/20 – 25/08/20)