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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 11



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Hanley District (1-45)
Many manufactories in this district. Geo. L. Ashworth & Bros. transferred the Mason Ironstone factory to Hanley in 1859. (See Fenton)
1 E. J. Bodley. Late 19th century.
2 Whittaker, Heath & Co. Late 19th century.
3 F. Winkle & Co. Late 19th century.
4 Upper Hanley Pottery Co. Late 19th century.
5 J. H. Wetherby & Sons. Late 19th century.
6 Sherwin & Cotton. Late 19th century.
7,8 Humphrey Palmer. 1760-1776. Impressed.
9 Neale. About 1776. Impressed.
10 Neale & Palmer. 1776-1786.
11 Neale & Wilson. From 1786.
12 R. Wilson, then D. Wilson & Sons. 1787-1820.
13 J. Voyez. About 1780
14 Voyez & Hales. About 1785.
15 Neale & Co. From 1776.
16 Elijah Mayer. From 1770 to 1813.
17 E. Mayer & Son. 1813-1830.
18 Joseph Mayer & Co. Early 19th century.
19,20 Thomas, John and Joseph Mayer. From 1836.
21 T. and J. Hollins. About 1780-1820.
22 Keeling, Toft & Co. 1806-24. Succeeded by Toft & May.



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