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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 33



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Worcester (Cont'd)

59 From 1891. Royal Worcester Porcelain Co.

60, 61 James Hadley & Sons. 1896-1903.

62 Grainger works established 1801 by Thomas Grainger. Grainger & Wood to 1812.
Grainger, Lee & Co. from 1812.

63-65 Grainger & Co. 19th century marks. Printed. 64, 65ólate marks.

66 Edward Locke & Co. From 1895.

Wrotham (1-10)
Many potters here in 17th century maKing slip ware. The wares were generally marked with initials and dates. The word Wrotham appears on some pieces. A specimen dated 1739 is one of the latest known.

1-10 Initials of various potters. 10-Jull

Yarmouth (1-3)

A manufactory was established here late in the 18th century by W. Absolon. Most of the wares were purchased elsewhere and decorated here.

1,2 W. Absolon. From latter part 18th century.

3 W. Absolon. Impressed.

Miscellaneous English Marks (1-36)

1 Modern mark Tooth & Co. Burton-on-Trent.

2 S. & E. Collier. Reading. Modern mark.



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