Pottery tells a story and pottery made for import to the United States relates its own history, but most of us do not know how to read the date or history of pottery. Dating pottery and history intertwine as the pottery marks reflect changes in import and export laws established by the countries. Country of origin and import laws control the information on pottery imported to the United States. Locate marks to date pottery. A stamp or marking with the country of origin usually indicates an item made after , the date of enactment of the McKinley Tariff Act in the United States. This act required that country of origin be marked on all imports.
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How to Identify British Pottery Marks and Hallmarks
I would like to take you on a little trip down memory lane with me today. Personally, I feel that aside from reading a good book, or grumbling about the matter - whimsical thinking is a nice way to pass the time in otherwise boring, or difficult circumstances such as waiting rooms. Good memories do seem to place a pleasant smile upon your face. Some of my fondest memories seem to have a golden glow, most are from my childhood, and unsurprisingly, lots centre around food. Everything served up on chunky, but cheerful, blue and white plates. Plates that dutifully served a family of eight, plus guests, without faltering, or feeling too precious to use.
How to Date Austrian Pottery
Wedgwood closed the Los Angeles plant, and moved the production of dinnerware to England in Compton, a graduate of Alfred University, studied under Charles F. In , Compton was sent to the Company's Lincoln plant to work on glazes and shortly thereafter became the plant's superintendent of the terracotta department. Compton would return to Los Angeles in to work in the glaze laboratory.
This is the most widely collected of all Booths patterns, and was produced for most of the 20th century, finally coming to an end in In various shapes and sizes click here to view selection. Cups of various shapes and sizes, tea and coffee pots, sugar bowls, etc. Gold Gilding on the rim and the inner band entirely in gold. This is the most highly prized by collectors.