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Marks of North Staffordshire potters

   

 

Do you know who made this pottery?

if you recognise any of the manufacturers then please email me: Steve Birks 


W E & Co
Hanley

The registration number 15514 dates to 1890

NOTE: It is not 100% certain that this mark is that of William Evans & Co
however I can't find any other pottery in Hanley with the initials fitting
W E & Co - however the registration date of 1890 doesn't fit
with the known opperation of William Evans of 1866 to 1870

if you recognise the manufacturer who used these initials then please email me: Steve Birks 

 


 


S P C
T

P S C
T

The 'T' at the bottom may stand for TUNSTALL
(one of the North Staffordshire pottery towns)

Asiatic Pheasants pattern

 

if you recognise the manufacturer who used these initials then please email me: Steve Birks 


 


Warranted
Opaque China
R & D

pre-1837 Royal Arms with the additional centre shield

mark on a willow pattern plate and platter 

 

if you recognise the manufacturer who used the initials R&D then please email me: Steve Birks 

 


 

B H & P S
E

H & P
BS
E

SWALLOW is the pattern name

 

plate in the SWALLOW pattern 
brown transferware

if you recognise the manufacturer who used these initials then please email me: Steve Birks 


 

H & P in a shield with crown above
B S outside the shield
E underneath
 

HOLBORN is the pattern name

 

 

jug in the HOLBORN pattern 

 

if you recognise the manufacturer who used this mark and initials then please email me: Steve Birks 

 


 

 


R & P S
R P & S

WW in crossed axes

if you recognise the manufacturer who used this mark and initials then please email me: Steve Birks 

 


 



ENGLAND
CHELTENHAM
FB

Cheltenham will be the pattern name

 

if you recognise the manufacturer who used the initials FB then please email me: Steve Birks 


Solved.... 

 

 


Chinese
Temple
E.C. & T.

mark of: Everard, Colclough & Townsend


 

 


asiatic pheasants
G & J. H. 

mark of: George & John Hobson

identification solved by: Andrew Pye (see his web sites


 


RCA
mark on a willow pattern plate and platter 

Likely to be Read, Clementson, Anderson

 


 


a crown overtop of a Stafford knot

mark used by Petrus Regout - a Dutch potter 
(using the Stafford Knot on some ware)

identification solved by: Frans van Kuijen