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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 19



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Plymouth (Cont'd)
10 Plymouth.
11 Plymouth Pottery Co., about 1850.

Shelton (New Hall) (1-34)
The New Hall Pottery was founded in 1777 by Hollins, Keeling, Turner, Warburton, arrives, and Bagnall. The factory suspended operations in 1825 after making both pottery and porcelain. In 1842 the works were in the hands of Hackwood & Co. From 1856 to 1862, Cookson & Harding. From 1862 W. & J. Harding.

The firm of Ridgway was started by Job Ridgway in 1794. The Cauldon factory was built in 1802. John Ridgway & Co. from 1814. Then J. & W. Ridgway, W. Ridgway and W. Ridgway & Son in that order. In 1836 the name changed to W. Ridgway, Morley, Wear & Co. In 1859 Brown-Westhead, Moore & Co. were the successors. W. B. & F. T. Moore operated the firm from 1882. Later it was titled Cauldon, Ltd. The Royal Crown and the Royal Arms were frequently used in the marks after 1850.

1,2 Early New Hall marks. Painted in red.
3 New Hall. Mark in black.
4 New Hall. Mark of later period.
5 New Hall. After 1810. On luster ware.
6 1842-1856. Hackwood & Co. Impressed.
7 1856-1862. Cookson & Harding. Impressed.
8 Samuel Hollins. Latter half 18th century.
9 T. Fletcher & Co. 1786-1810.
10, 11 R. & J. Baddeley (1780-1806) ,then J. & E. Baddeley.
12 Hicks & Meigh. 1806-1820. Hicks, Meigh, & Johnson. 1820-1836.
13-17 1794-1859. Ridgways.



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