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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 35



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Miscellaneous English Marks (Cont'd)

22 This is not a mark of the Josiah Wedgwood manufactory. Ralph Wedgwood—Burslem?
23,24 Swadlincote. 1821-1838. Thomas Sharpe.
25 J. Walley at Cobridge in 1795. In 1835 the factory was Jones & Walley.
26 Edge & Grocott. About 1800-1830. Mark impressed.
27 1852-68. Maclntyre.
28 R. W. Martin & Bros. Incised on stoneware about 1900.
29 Ducroz & Millidge. About 1850. Lane End.
30 From 1853. Holland & Green. Longton.
31 Bott & Co. Early 19th century.
32 Belper Pottery established 1809 by Jager. This mark up to 1834.
33 1812-1834. Belper & Denby Potteries.
34 W. Burton. 1821-33.
35 1833-1861.
36 From mid 19th century into 20th century.



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