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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

United States - Pg. 30



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1-3 Purdy, Solomon, Atwater, Ohio. c. 1820. Impressed.
4 Pruden, John, Elizabeth, N. J. About 1830-76. Impressed.
5 Quigley, S.,Cincinnati3Ohio. c. 1834. This mark questionable.
6,7 Read, Thomas, Newport, Ohio. 1850-1865. Impressed.
8 Remmey, John III, New York, N. Y. 1799-1814. On brown stoneware. Impressed.
9-11 Remmey, Richard C., Philadelphia, Pa. Established about 1859. Impressed.
12 Rice, Prosper, Putnam, Ohio. 1827-1850. Impressed.
13 Richey & Hamilton, Palatine, W. Va. c. 1875. Mark in blue.
14 Risley, Sidney, Norwich, Conn. About 1836. Impressed.
15, 16 Robertson Art Tile Co., Morrisville, Pa.
17 Rogers, John, New York, N. Y. About 1860 to 1890. Terra cotta figures and groups.
18-30 Rookwood Pottery, Cincinnati, Ohio. Established 1879. #261881-1883. #27 1886. #28 1887. #291895. #27-29 are generally impressed. A dot was added yearly after 1886.



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