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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Holland - Pg. 3



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Holland, Delft (Cont'd)

31-34 The Metal Pot (De Metale Pot) . Est. 1639. 31 from 1639. 32—1667. 33-1691. 34—1738.
35-36 The New Moor's Head. (De Jonge Moriaan's Hooft). Est. 1720. 35—from 1720. 36—Mark of widow of founder.
37-41 The Old Moor's Head (De Oude Moriaans Hooft). Est. 1648. 37 from 1648. 38-1661. 39-1680.
40—1759.41—1764.
42-44 The Peacock (De Paauw). Est. 1651.42 from 1651.43—1701.44—1732. Works closed in 1790.
45, 46 The Porcelain Axe. (De Porseleine Byl) . Est. 1679. 45 from 1679. 46-1759.
47-52 The Porcelain Bottle (De Porseleine Fles). Est. 1660. 47 from 1660.
48-1698. 49—1759. 50—1770. 51-1795. 52 from about 1890.
53-55 The Porcelain Dish (De Porseleine Schotel). Est. 1701. 53—1759. 54-1764. 55-1764.
56-59 The Roman (De Romeyn). Est. 1671. 56 from 1671. 57—1697. 58—1759. 59—1764.



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