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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 25



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Stoke-on-Trent (Cont'd)
79 W. Adams & Sons. About 1850.
80 Successors to the above. Close & Co.
81 Bernard Moore. Also the mark Moore Bros. with a crowned M. Comparatively modern pottery.
82 Thomas Wolfe. Established 1776. Mark impressed.
83 Wolfe & Hamilton. From 1790. From about 1800. Mark in red.

Sunderland District (1-26)
Numerous potteries here from early 18th century.
1,2 Phillips & Co. From about 1800 to 1817.
3 J. Phillips. Established 1780.
4 From 1817. Dixon, Austin, Phillips & Co.
5 Successors to Dixon, Austin, Phillips & Co. Dixon, Phillips & Co.
6-10 Dixon & Co., Dixon, Austin & Co.; from about 1800.
11,12 Tomlinson & Co. 1792-96; 1801-34.
13,14 Scott Brothers & Co. 1788 to about 1837.
15,16 Whalley, Smith & Skinner.
17 W. Smith & Co. From 1820. This mark illegalized in 1848.
18-21 Dawson & Co. (Ford Pottery). About 1800-1864. Marks impressed.
22 Thomas Dawson & Co. From about 1850,
23 Established 1762 and existed in the 20th century.
24 Moore & Co, Established 1789. This mark from 1803.



Guide To Pottery And Porcelain Marks:
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France

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Holland

Italy

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Portugal

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United States