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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 10



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Fenton (Cont'd)
7 Crown Staffordshire Porcelain Co. This mark from 1906.
8 Hulme & Christie. 19th century mark.
9 Late 18th century. Stamped in clay.
10 Mark with name of pattern after 1813. Mason.
11 Late 18th century.
12 After 1805. Charles James Mason & Co.
13,14 1813-1851. These marks in blue were used through the end of the 19th century by the Ashworths.
15 After 1859. Geo. L. Ashworth & Bros. These works at Hanley.
16 1851-1859. Ridgway, Morley, Wear & Co. This mark impressed with Royal Arms, crest, motto, etc. Factory at Shelton.
17 About 1845. Impressed.
18 First Elkin, Knight & Co., then Elkin, Knight & Bridgwood. About 1820-1850.
19 Joseph Myatt. About 1800.
20 Thomas Whieldon. About 1740 to 1798. Mark impressed.
21, 22 John Edwards. After 1891.
23 J. Edwards & Son 1842-1882.
24 Foley China Works. Established 1850. Now E. Brain & Co. This is a modern mark.

Fulham (1)
John Dwight made salt glazed stoneware here from about 1671-1703. The works were carried on until 1862 by various descendants. From 1862 to 1864 MacIntosh & Clements were owners. In 1864 C. T. Bailey purchased the works. A Wm. de Morgan after removing his works from Surrey had a factory in Fulham from 1888 to 1907.
1 Wm. de Morgan. 1888-1907. This mark was used without the address at Surrey from 1882 to 1888.



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