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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Italy - Pg. 17



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Venice (Cont'd)
19-22 Vezzi. 1719-1740. Marks generalty painted in blue. Porcelain. Vezzi wares were unmarked until 1725.
23-25 Cozzi. 1764-1812. Marks generally painted in red. Porcelain.
26 Hewelke. 1758-1763. Mark incised. Porcelain. This mark is also attributed to the Vezzi factory.

Verona (27, 28)
Majolica.
27
28 1563.

Vinovo (29-35)
Majolica and porcelain factory established here in 1776 by G. V. Brodel. V. A. Gioanetti was the proprietor in 1780. Factory closed in 1815.
29 Gioanetti. c. 1776. This mark found on both majolica and porcelain.
30 Mark painted in grey. Porcelain.
31 Mark painted in black. Porcelain.
32 Mark painted in grey and incised. Porcelain.
33-35 About 1780-1815. Porcelain.

Viterbo (36, 37)
Majolica, 16th century.
36 16th century.
37 16th century. This mark on a ribbon.



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