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The urban district was granted a Royal Charter in 1933, becoming a municipal borough and the First Charter Mayor was Alderman Herbert Beach.
In 1966 the Borough of Bilston was abolished, with most of its territory incorporated into the County Borough of Wolverhampton (see History of West Midlands), although parts of Bradley in the east of the town were merged into Walsall borough.
Among known artists are the potters Ralph Wood, Sr., and Ralph Wood, Jr., and the modeler Jean Voyez.
Nineteenth-century figures, mostly portraits of English and American personages, such as Queen Victoria and George Washington, were often vivacious and colourful but rather crude.
The silver lustre ware was produced mainly in Staffordshire and Yorkshire.
a small pottery figure made in Staffordshire from the 18th century onwards.
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Staffordshire artists included the Wood family of potters.Situated two miles southeast of Wolverhampton, it was extensively developed for factories and coal mining. Between 19, the council replaced most of the 19th-century terraced houses with rented modern houses and flats on developments like Stowlawn, the Lunt and Bunker's Hill.By 1964 there were more than 6,000 council houses there.Hundreds of potters were busy producing decorative and functional wares for the exploding population.Many of these wares were mass-produced and marketed to the ordinary working family.