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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 34



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Miscellaneous English Marks (Cont'd)

3 Old Hall. Modern mark.
4 Poole & Unwin. Longton.
5 Podmore, Walker, & Co. 19th century mark.
6 James Edwards. From 1842. Fenton.
7 Knapper & Blackhurst. Successors to 6. Fenton.
8 W. H. Goss. Stoke-on-Trent. Late 19th century mark.
9, 10 Johnson Bros. Est. 1883.
11 Bridgwood & Clark. From 1857.
12 Bates, Elliott & Co. From 1790.
13, 14 Bellevue Pottery at Hull. 1802-1841. Est. by J. & J. Smith and Job Ridgway.
15 Sunflower Pottery, Clevedon, Som. Modern mark.
16 Charles Ford, Burslem.
17 W. Howson Taylor. Ruskin Pottery, Birmingham. Modern mark.
18 Brannam. Devon. Modern mark.
19 J. Dimmock & Co. Hanley. Modern mark.
20 Old Hall Porcelain Works. Hanley. Modern mark.
21 Isleworth. Est. 1760 by J. Shore & R. W. Goulding. Works moved to Hounslow in 1825 and to Wales in 1827.



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