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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 27



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Swansea (Cont'd)
17,18 Established 1848 by John F. Calland. Closed 1856.
19,20 Baker, Bevans & Irwin. 1813-1839.
21 Evans & Glasson. Successors to Dillwyn & Co. 1850-59.
22, 23 D. J. Evans & Co. 1859.1870.

Swinton (Rockingham) (1-16)
The Rockingham pottery factory was established at Swinton in 1757 by Edward Butler. Wm. Malpass was the proprietor from 1765 until 1778 when Thomas Bingley was the owner. Greens, Bingley & Co. was the combination that joined the Leeds factory to Rockingham from 1790 to 1800. John and William, Brameld were the owners in 1806. Thomas, G. G., and J. W. Brameld introduced porcelain in 1820. The factory closed in 1842. The Don Pottery was founded at Swinton in 1790 by John Green of the Leeds firm. The name was Green, Clarke & Co. in 1807. The works were bought in 1834 by Samuel Barker.
1 Twigg. Pottery about 1750.
2,3 Rockingham. This mark generally accompanied by the word "Brameld".
4 Mortlock & Co. of London sold much of the Rockingham wares and impressed their name.
5-7 From 1806. Rockingham.
8,9 These Rockingham marks usually printed in red were used from 1826 to 1842. From 1830 the prefix "Royal" was often used by this manufactory.
10,11 Don Pottery. 1790-1834.
12 Don. 1834-1850.



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