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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 26



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Sunderland (Cont'd)
25 Tomlinson & Co. 1796-1800. (Ralph Wedgwood).
26 Anthony Scott & Sons. From about 1837.

Swansea, Wales (1-23)
Pottery factory established in 1764. in 1783 and renamed them the "Cambrian Pottery". In 1802 Lewis W. Dillwyn bought out his partner, Haynes. Porcelain was first made in 1814 about which time L. L. Dillwyn and Bevington were the proprietors. Dillwyn left in 1818. Bevington & Co. were owners until 1824 when the Dillwyn returned and operated the factory until 1850. The firm was Evans & Glasson until 1859 and then Evans & Co. until 1870 when the manufactory shut down. Swansea was not always marked. 17, 18 and 19 are marks of small firms in no way connected with the original Swansea factory.
1-4 Early marks. Before 1802. 1 about 1780.
5,6 From 1814-1824. Generally red George Haynes acquired the worksor impressed.
7,8 These marks are a few years later than 5 and 6. In red or impressed.
9-11 From (1824-50).
12 On stoneware. Circa 1810-30.
13 Bevington & Co. 1817-1824.
14 About 1845-50.
15 (1802-1817) (1824-50)
16 This mark of the Nantgarw factory with or without the "CW" (China Works) was used 1814-1819 by William Billingsley, a decorator here from Nantgarw.



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France

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