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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 17



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Lowestoft (1-28)
Soft paste porcelain factory here from 1757 to 1802. The "Armorial" china attributed to Lowestoft was made in China. There is no regular factory mark. Some Chinese symbols were used. Some Lowestoft was sent from China plain for decoration in England.
1-28 Lowestoft. The numerals are generally found inside the rim on the bottom of the specimen. Many of these workmen's marks were painted in blue.

Middlesborouh (1,2)
Earthenware factory here around 1845.
1 Impressed.
2 About 1845. Stamped.
Mortlake (1,2)
Pottery founded about 1750 by William Sanders. Joseph Kishere was operating a stoneware factory here in 1811.
1,2 Joseph Kishere. Around 1811. Mark impressed.
Nantgarw, Wales (1,3)
Founded in 1811 by Billingsley of the Worcester factory. It dosed for about 3 years in 1814 when the workers went to the Swansea works. In 1816 it reopened. Billingsley left again forCoalport in 1819 and the factory was carried on by Wm. Young & Thos. Pardoe until Oct. 1822. It was again opened by the Pardoes 10 years later.
1 Nantgarw China Works. Impressed. Sometimes painted, stencilled, or transfer printed in red, gold and other colors.
2 In red.
3 Impressed.

Newcastle-on-Tyne (1-6)
Newcastle and Sunderland are closely associated.
1, 2 Sewell & Donkin. Pottery. Around 1780. Marks impressed.



Guide To Pottery And Porcelain Marks:
Belgium

China

Denmark

France

Germany

Great Britain (Ireland, Scotland)

Holland

Italy

Japan

Luxembourg

Norway

Persia, Turkey, Syria, Poland

Portugal

Russia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

United States