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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 9



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Derby (Cont'd)
34 After 1848.
35 After 1859. Stevenson & Hancock until 1866. Then Sampson Hancock alone.
36 Crown Derby Porcelain Co. established 1875. The words "Royal Crown Derby" were incorporated as part of the mark in 1890. From about 1891 the word "England" was used in the mark.
37-41 Various marks used before 1815.
42-59 Miscellaneous marks. (Workmen, patterns, etc.)

Fenton District (1-24)
Many potteries in this area. Some date from early 18th century. Miles Mason established 1780. In 1851 Francis Morley purchased the Mason works and removed them to Shelton where they were bought by the Ashworths in 1859 and consequently moved to Hanley.
1 John Barker. 18th century mark.
2 Felix Pratt. 1775-1810.
3 Thomas Green. About 1830 to 1859.
4 S. Greenwood. 1770-1780.
5 F. and R. Pratt & Co. After 1810.
6 Crown Staffordshire Porcelain Co. From 1890.



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