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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 16



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Longton (Cont'd)
14,15 R. H. Plant & Co. Late 19th century.
16, 17 J Holdcroft.
18 John Aynsley. 1790-1826.
19 Bailey & Batkin. Circa 1815.
20 T. Harley. Earthenware factory about 1810.
21 Benj. Plant. About 1790.
22 Cyples. About 1786.
23 John Turner. From 1762. Mark impressed.
24 Chetham & Wooley. About 1800.
25-27 William Littler. About 1750 to about 1758. Soft paste porcelain.
28-31 Marks also attributed to Littler. 30—in blue.
32 Cyples & Barker. Circa 1800.
33 J. & G. Lockett. From 1802.
34 J. Lockett & Sons. From 1829.
35 Bailey & Batkin. Impressed. From about 1800.
36 James Kent. Modern mark.
37,38 Chas.Allerton. Est. 1831. These marks after 1891.
39 Holland & Green. From 1853.

Lowesby (1)
Earthenware factory here.
1 F. G. Fowke. Established about 1835. Mark impressed or stamped. Occa sionally only the name is used.



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