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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 14



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Liverpool (1-17)
Besides the potters mentioned, the following Liverpool men were noted for their 18th century wares: Philip Christian, Zachariah Barnes, Thomas Spencer, James Drinkwater, and Samuel Gilbody. Richard Abbey established himself in 1793. In 1796 his works were purchased by the Messrs. Worthington, Humble, & Holland and named Herculaneum Pottery. From 1833 to 1836 Case, Mort & Co. were the proprietors. The firm then became Mort & Simpson until 1841.
1 Richard Chaffers. Est. 1752.
2-4 Seth Pennington. 1760-1790. Marks in gold or colors.
5 W. Reid & Co. About 1754 to 1760.
6 Thomas Shaw. 1740-1770.
7 Herculaneum. 1796-1836.
8-10 Herculaneum. Until 1841. Impressed or printed.
11-12 Herculaneum. 1833 1841.
13, 14 John Sadler. About 1756-1770.
15, 16 Guy Green. Est. about 1756.
17 Sadler & Green. 1756 to about 1770. Green carried on from about 1770 to 1799.

Longport (1-12)
John Davenport established a porcelain factory in 1793. His sons Henry and William inherited it in 1848 and it prospered until 1887.
1-6 Davenport. After 1793. 1—printed. 2-5—Generally impressed. 6—In color.
7 After 1806. Davenport.
8 Later Davenport mark. Impressed.



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