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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Holland - Pg. 2



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Holland, Delft (Cont'd)

3, 4 The Boat (De Boot). Est. 1661.
3—From 1707. 4—From 1759.
5-10 The Claw (De Klauw). Est. 1662. 5 from 1662. 6 from 1702. 7-1750. 8, 9 from 1764. 10—1830-1850, J. van Putten & Co.
11-16 The Double Jug (De Dubbelde Schenk Kan). Est. 1648. 11 from 1648. 12—1675. 13—1689. 14—1714.15—1721.16—1764.
17-19 The Fortune (De Fortuyn). Est. 1691. 17—from 1691. 18—1706. 19—1759.
20-22 The Gilded Flower Pot (De Vergulde Bloompot). Est. 1693. 20 from 1693. 21—1761. 22—1761.
23-27 The Greek "A" (De Griekse A). Est. 1645. 23 from 1645. 24. 1674. 25—1703. 26—1759. 27-1765.
28 The Four Roman Heroes (De Vier Helden van Rome). Est. 1713. 28 from 1713.
29-30 The Jug. (De Lampet Kan). Est. 1759. 29 from 1759. 30—1780.



Guide To Pottery And Porcelain Marks:
Belgium

China

Denmark

Holland

Germany

Great Britain (Ireland, Scotland)

Holland

Italy

Japan

Luxembourg

Norway

Persia, Turkey, Syria, Poland

Portugal

Russia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

United States