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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 8



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Derby (Contd.)
7
8 Same as 6. The number shown is the pattern number.
9 Same as 6.
10 Incised on a few early pieces. (Butts, Rivett & Heath, 1745-50) ?
11 Incised or in blue or red. 1765-1780.
12
13 Joseph Hills, an employee.
14 Isaac Farnsworth, an employee.
15-23 1815-1848. Robert Bloor operated the works from 1815, but the mark with his name was not generally used until 1825-30. 15 is the earliest Bloor mark. 17, 18, and 19 are from about 1830.
24-31 Various marks on early specimens of Derby.
32 1848-1859. Locker & Co.
33 From 1859. Stevenson, Sharp & Co.



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