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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 1



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Newcastle (Cont'd)
3,4,5 From 1817. Thomas Fell & Co. Marks impressed.
6 T. Mailing & Sons. Late 19th century mark.

Nottingham (1-6)
Stoneware was made here as early as 1693. Little of it was marked. Inscriptions with names and dates are found on some pieces.
1 1703. Pottery.
2-6 Lovatt & Lovatt. Late 19th and early 20th century.

Pinxton (1-8)
Soft paste porcelain factory established by Wm. Billingsley and John Coke, 1796-1813. The porcelain was generally unmarked. The factory closed 1813.
1 About 1793-1812.
2-4 About 1793-1812.
5 About 1793-1812. Mark in puce.
6 About 1793-1812. Mark impressed.
7 About 1793-1812. Mark in red.
8 About 1793 1812. If this is Billingsley's initial, then 1796-1801.

Plymouth (1-11)
Porcelain factory established here by William Cookworthy about 1755. The factory was moved to Bristol in 1770 and sold to Richard Champion in 1773. Some Bristol marks are similar to those of Plymouth.
1-9 About 1755-1770. These Plymouth marks in red, painted or enamelled in blue or in gold.



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