Thomas William Twyford

Thomas William Twyford (1849 – 1921) was a Pottery manufacturer in England.

He invented the single piece, ceramic flush toilet. He also made infamous Thomas Crapper's toilet.

At the time of his death he was recognised as a leading pioneer in the application of principles of hygiene to sanitary appliances.

See also

Thomas William Twyford died in 1840 and did the first toilet in 1765

External links

  • Stoke-on-Trent Potters web site

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