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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 24



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Stoke-on-Trent (Cont'd).
62,63 T. Mayer. Circa 1829. Large trade with U. S.
64-66 G. Jones & Sons. Late 19th and early 20th century.
67 Wiltshaw & Robinson. Latter half 19th century.
68,69 S. Fielding & Co. Latter half 19th century.
70 Grimwade Bros. This mark from 1891.
71,72 Pointons. Late 19th century.
73 H. and R. Daniel. Established 1st quarter 19th century to 1845.
74 Hugh Booth. Up to 1789.
75 Booth & Sons. Here in 1802.
76 Ephraim Booth.
77 William Adams. Up to 1829. In addition to this there was a Wm. Adams at Tunstall (Greengates), Burslem, and Greenfield.
78 William Adams II. Succeeded his father in 1829.



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