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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 31



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Worcester (Cont'd)

9-16 (See preceding page) 9-12 printed in colors and under glaze blue.

17 These are workmen's marks generally employed in conjunction with 1-12.

18-21 Before 1783. Imitation of the Meissen mark.

22 Before 1783. Imitation of the Sèvres mark.

23 Before 1783. Imitation of the Chantilly mark.

24-30 Before 1783.

31 About 1758.

32-33 Richard Holdship. About 1758.

34 Early mark.



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