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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 7



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Cob ridge (Cont'd)
9 Wood & Brownfield. Until 1850.
10 W. Brownfield. 1850-1871.
11 W. Brownfield Son. From 1871.
12 From 1891. Brownfield.
13 From 1891. Thos. Furnival.
14 After 1850. Thos. Furnival.
15 From 1891. Thos. Furnival.
16 Henry Alcock & Co. Late 19th century.
17 J. & G. Alcock. From 1843.
18 Ralph Stevenson. About 1815. Earlier the firm was Stevenson & Dale.

Davenport (See Longport)

Derby (1-59)
Pottery works here from before 1750 until 1780. Porcelain first made in 1746. Wm. Duesbury joined in 1756. Derby merged with the Chelsea factory in 1770 and finally absorbed it in 1784. (See Chelsea-Derby). The old Derby factory closed in 1848. In 1875 the Crown Derby Porcelain Co. was formed.
1 1770-1782.
2 From 1782 to 1830. In blue and puce until 1795. After that date in red. This mark also found in purple and green.
3 Duesbury & Kean. 1795-96.
4 1796-1814. In red.
5 Incised on figures. 1796-1814.
6 1815-1830. In red, occasionally in gold.



Guide To Pottery And Porcelain Marks:
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China

Denmark

France

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Great Britain (Ireland, Scotland)

Holland

Italy

Japan

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Persia, Turkey, Syria, Poland

Portugal

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