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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 18



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Bow (1-39)
Soft paste porcelain factory established in 1744. Transferred to Derby in 1776. Some of the marks given have been hesitantly attributed to Bow and a number of them are questionable. They are generally incised or painted in blue or red.
1-14
15-21 Painted in red and blue.
22 Monogram of Tebo? Impressed.
23,24 Monogram of Thomas Frye?
25-30 Various workmen's marks.
31 Frye?
32-39

Brampton (40,41)
Established in the 18th century. A few factories here in the 19th century producing brownware.
40, 41 From 1826. Factory originally Oldfield, Madin, Wright, Hewitt & Co., est. 1810.

Bristol (42-44) (1-28)
Pottery made here in early 18th century, porcelain later in same century. Champion's porcelain factory established about 1770 under name, Wm Cookworthy & Co. Formerly at Plymouth, the work is similar. Factory was sold about 1778. Marks are in red, blue, gold, etc.
42 Joseph Flower. From 1743. On Delft.
43 Michael Edkins. Painter on Delft.
44 About 1750. In relief.



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