Ceramic Trade Marks - J
Initials Used as Trade Marks - J

 

North Staffordshire Pottery Marks

 

JONROTH

 

Index page for Jonroth
Examples of ware produced for Jonroth

 

Jonroth 

JONROTH - importers of historical or souvenir designs on Stoke-on-Trent pottery into the USA. Jonroth were supplied by many famous potters.

c.1909 - 

They used the trade name: "Old English Staffordshire Ware"

Mark

Description & date

Johnroth England Early Jonroth mark - no manufacturers name and no "made in Staffordshire England"

The name of the importer is included.

Johnroth England Early Jonroth mark - no manufacturers name and no "made in Staffordshire England"

The name of the importer is included.

 

Old English Staffordshire Ware - Adams The Adams factory is one that Jonroth were associated with for over 60 years.

This mark has both the Jonroth and the Adams logo.

Adams Adams produced plate with just the Jonroth mark and identifying "Adams Potteries" in words.
Alfred Meakin Alfred Meakin
Royal Winton Royal Winton
Royal Winton - Made in England Royal Winton 'Made in England'
Wood & Sons Wood & Sons Ltd.
Royal Staffordshire Pottery Royal Staffordshire Pottery - this was the company of A. J. Wilkinson 
Crown Ducal Potteries Crown Ducal Potteries was the works of A. G. Richardson & Co.

Note the error in spelling 'Jonroth' as 'Johnroth'

 

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11/08/2001