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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 4



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Burslem (Cont'd)
36-38 Royal Doulton. This branch of the Doulton factory succeeded Pinder & Bourne about 1880 (See Lambeth).
39 Ralph Wedgwood 1790-96
40 Barker, Sutton & Till. 1830-1850.
41, 42 John and David Elers. about 1710.
43 John Walton. 1790 to about 1840. Mark impressed.
44 Ralph Salt. 1812 to about 1835. Mark impressed.
45 Riley (John and Richard). About 1800-26.
46 Smith, Ambrose & Co. About 1790.
47 Bagshaw & Maier. About 1800.
48 Daniel Steel. About 1800-24.

Caughley (1-25)
Earthenware made here in 1750. Porcelain factory established by Thomas Turner in 1772. Purchased in 1799 by John Rose & Co. of Coalport, and operated until 1814. The Willow 1688 to pattern was produced from 1780.
1 Impressed. From about 1772.
2 Copy of a Meissen mark.
3-25 1772-1799. Many of these marks are similar to those of Worcester. Turner sent much undecorated porcelain to the Worcester factory for decoration. Most of these marks are printed or painted in blue underglaze.



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