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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 13



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Lambeth (1-11)
Early potters here noted for English Delft. The Doulton factory has been carried on by members of the family since 1815. It is in operation today.
1 T. Wetherell. 19th century modeller.
2 Stephen Green. Impressed. About 1835.
3 Doulton and Watts. 1820-58. Founded in 1815 in Vauxhall.
4-11 Doulton. The marks in this group possessing the word "England" were used after 1891. When the words "Made in England" appear, the piece may be dated about 30 or fewer years ago.

Lane Delph
Information on the Mason works and other manufactories at this place is included under Fenton.

Leeds (1-15)
Pottery factory established about 1760 by Green Brothers. Humble, Green & Co. was formed in 1775. In 1783 it was Hartley, Greens & Co. In 1825 the firm was absorbed by Samuel Wainwright & Co. The Leeds Pottery Co. were the owners in 1832. It changed hands again in 1840 when Stephen and James Chapel were the proprietors. Warburton, Britton & Co. operated it in 1850 before Richard Britton & Sons took control in 1863.
1-11 Early marks. (See above)
12 1863-1878. Richard Britton & Sons.
13 David Dunderdale & Co. 1790-1820. Castleford pottery.
14 About 1780. Rainforth & Co. Mark impressed.
15 From 1854. Thomas Nicholson & Co. Castleford.



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