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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Holland - Pg. 4



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Holland, Delft (Cont'd)

60-64 The Rose (De Roos) . Est. 1675. 60 from 1675. 61—Two marks from 1675. 62—1732. 63—1759. 64—1803. van Putten & Co. from 1830.
65-69A The Stag (T'hart) . Est. 1661. 65, 66—early marks. 67—1707. 68 -1757. 69—1750-64. 69A—1750-64.
70-75 The Star (De Star). Est. 1690. 70 from 1690. 71—1705. 72—1720 73 -1720. 74—1759. 75 -Two marks from 1763.
76-78 The Three Bells (De Drie Klokken). Est. 1671. 76—factory mark. 77—1675. 78—1764. From 1830, Jan van Putten & Co.
79-81 The Three Cinder Tubs (De Drie Astonne) . Est. 1672. 79—from 1672. 80—1759. 81—1720.
82-86 The Three Porcelain Bottles. (De Drie Porseleine Fleschen) . Est. 1671. 82, 83 from 1671. 84-1690. 85—1701. 86—1764.
87 The Two Little Boats (De Twee Scheepjes) . Est. 1756. 87 from 1756.
88, 89 The Two Savages (De Twee Wildemans). Est. 1750. 88 from 1750. 89—W. van Beek.
90 Rare mark on pieces similar to Chinese porcelain.
91 De Ster. 1720-1725.



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