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The

Collector's

Hand-Book

ON

POTTERY

af
HV

PORCELAIN

WILLIAM CHAFFERS
REVISED AN1* CONSIDERABLY AUGMENTED BY

FREDERICK LITCHFIELD

Mr; Wil3k:'-aBrs* Works


1000 pp., Imp. Svo.

marks ana monograms on european ana


Oriental Potterp
With
Historical Notices of each

ana porcelain

Manufactory, preceded by an Essay on the Vasa Fictilia of the Greek, Romano -British, and Mediaeval Eras. Ornamental cloth,
Introductory
423.

of Eighth Edition, revised and considerably augmented, with upwards 3500 Potters' marks and illustrations.

A NEW
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EDITION, considerably Augmented and

carefully

Revised.

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This (Eighth) Edition contains a History of the Goldsmiths* trade in France, with extracts from the decrees relating thereto, and engravings of the standard and other Marks used in that country as well as in other foreign states. The Provincial Tables of England and Scotland contain many hitherto unpublished Marks ; all the recent enactments arc quoted.

The London Tables (which have never been surpassed for correctness) may now be considered complete. Many valuable hints to Collectors are given,
to,

and cases of fraud alluded

&c.

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BY

WILLIAM CHAFFERS
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" MALI. MANKS AUTHOR OF "MARKS AND MONOGRAMS ON POTTERY AND " PORCAI.AIN," ON COLO AND SILVER 1'LATIfi," ''G1LDA AURIPABROKUM (.SILVI5KSM ITHS* MA "TUB KBUAMIC CALLERV, WITH UPWAKDK OK 300 ILLUSTKATIONS," "CATALOGUE OK THE SPKCIAL EXHIBITION OK LOANS AT THK SOUTH KENSINGTON MUSKUM IN 862 (I'OTTKKV,
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A NEW EDITION
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AUTHOR OK "POTTHRY AND
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LONDON

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First Edition, 1874 Setond Jiitiiioni 1889

Reprinted^ 1892

A New Edition
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1901

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by BALLAMTVNK, HANSON At the Bullumyhe iMcso

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EDITOR'S PREFACE
TO THE NEW EDITION
THIS

New

Edition of Chaffers' Hand-book

is

now published

in a more complete form than the previous issues,, and should be of greater service to the collector, for, in addition

to

some 500 marks which have been contributed by the

Editor, there are a great

many which

the late Mr. Chaffers

Seventh Edition of the large book, but which had not been included in his previous edition
in his

had inserted

of the Hand-book.

The

present edition

is,

therefore, a

complete excerpt or resume as regards the marks of the


original

work,

entitled

"MARKS AND MONOGRAMS ON


Chaffers,

POTTERY AND PORCELAIN," by W.


eighth edition of which

the last or

was revised by the present editor

and published

in

1897.

No

material change has been

made

in

the arrangement

of the work, which follows that of the larger book referred to above. The sixc is handy for the collector's

pocket
larger

and to maintain this desirable end, some of the marks have been, reduced iru. scale and a lighter
j

paper used, so as not to materially increase the bulk.

The

following very slight historical outline sketch has


it

been added by the Editor, which


service to the collector.

is

hoped

will

be of

The subject of the references in may be roughly divided into two

the

following

pages

classes

Pottery and

VI

and enamelled or more vitreous and porcelain, of china and petuntse or clay transparent composition ground flint, which is more akin to glass.
Porcelain.

Pottery includes stoneware


;

glazed earthenware

that

For the purposes of


explain
in

this

Hand book
the

it is

unnecessary to
in

further detail

differences

composition

and texture of the two


as

classes of Ceramics, but speaking

generally, pottery breaks with a

rough surface of its fracwould an ordinary piece of terra-cotta, while porcelain breaks with smooth surfaces, similar to
tured
parts,

glass.

To

the

Pottery class

belong
called

all

those faMtjues

of

enamelled

earthenware

MAIOI.ICA,

DELFT,

these

being

the

Italian,

French,

FAYKNCK, or and Dutch

subdivisions respectively, although the terms have

become

intermixed, and casually applied to all classes of faience. The most famous of the Italian maiolica, first made in the later part of the fifteenth century, under the personal

patronage and encouragement of the dukes or petty sovereigns of the little states and duchies into which

was then divided, are those of Urbino, Gubbio, Castel Durantc, Pcsaro, Faenza, and Caflagiolo, with many
Italy

others, the

marks of which occupy the

first

fifty

pages

of the Hand-book.

Of the
is

individual artists

who decowho
and

rated the ware, none

so celebrated as Maestro Giorgio


as Maestro Giorgio,

Andreoli,

more commonly known


Gubbio.
Several

worked

at

of the characteristic

diversified signatures

of this famous artist are given for the collector's reference, but as genuine specimens of this

master have been so thoroughly searched for, and absorbed into museums and well-known private collections,
the unskilled collector should be very sceptical in accept-

PRKFACK.

VI 1

ing any majolica attributed to Giorgio without the most convincing proofs of its authenticity. The numerous FAYENCES of France and Holland, and
to a

much

smaller extent those of other countries, will

be found represented by their ftihriqiic marks, and by the


signatures or initials
artists

who worked

and monograms of the potters and and in their respective ateliers ;

perhaps a word of caution

may

here be given as to the

numerous imitations of the best known of such faycnccs, such as those of Rouen, Moustiers, Marseilles, and
Nevers,
also
in

those of
Paris,

Delft,

which are made


in

in

large

quantities

and sold

England and on the

Continent to unwary collectors. The stoneware of Germany, commonly called "Gris de Flandres," also much of the old Fulhani ware of

England, and the exceedingly scarce and valuable "Saint Porchairc" fayence of France, formerly known as Henri
also the decorative fayence of Persia and of Rhodes, Spain, called Hispano-Moresco, have scarcely any distinguishing marks, but such as there are will be

Deux

ware,

found to follow those of

Italy,

France, and Holland.


arc

The marks
at the

of the pottery of Staffordshire which

given, were placed

by Mr. Chaffers in the English section

end of the book, preceding the English Porcelain marks, and I have not thought it prudent to transfer
although the book.
they rightly belong to
the
first

them,

part of

PORCELAIN was made in China at a very early date, we do not know how early, but some centuries before its
introduction into

Europe; and the curious marks and

hieroglyphics used by Oriental potters are given at con-

Vlll

siderablc length, followed by those of Japan in the second


section of the

Hand-book. These singular characters, which


casual

appear to

very similar to each other, have generally some meaning which relates to the
the

observer as

article itself or to the

purpose for which

it

was intended.

like a " of in General's or use the For the treasury gems," public Hall," is used as a mark ; while, more generally, the

Sometimes a proverb or legend, such as "Deep

Oriental characters refer to


facture,

the date or place of


the

manu-

such as

"Made

in

King-tc period of the

great
It

Sung dynasty."
is,

on

however, only right to state, in referring to marks Chinese pottery and porcelain, that as the Chinese

potters themselves have repeated the earlier marks

and

dates

upon specimens of
signify,

much

later periods

than such

marks
the

upon when they agree with the apparent date of the specimen, as judged upon its merits with regard to its form and decoration.
marks,
except
.

the collector must not place reliance

The

introduction, or rather the mention of the

manufew

facture of porcelain in Europe, dates from the

first

years of the eighteenth century,

and

is

generally attributed

to a chemist

named Bottger, at Meissen in Saxony. Some of the early marks impressed in the red - brown paste which is identified with his name will be found, and also
the numerous marks of the different periods of the most celebrated porcelain factory of Saxony, generally called

DRESDEN.

From Meissen
to France

the secret

of porcelain-making

spread

to Vienna, to other parts of

Germany, and subsequently


.

and England, gradually superseding the glazed

PREFACE.

IX

earthenware or faience upon which so

much

artistic care

had been

lavished.

The famous
divided into

Sevres factory has a history which can be chapters representing different classes of

manufacture, and

the

marks

and
this

numerous
will

artists

who decorated

monograms of the most delicate and

valuable porcelain are given at considerable length, and enable the collector to trace to the date of its manu-

facture

and the name of the decorator or

gilder

many
the

a specimen in his cabinet. The group of English fabriques,

commencing with

famous

works, then with Chelsea and Derby, afterwards amalgamated under Mr. Duesbury into the Chelsea-

Bow

Derby

factory,

the famous Worcester factory started by

Dr. Wall, the Bristol

and Plymouth works,

also the

much

sought after Welsh factories of Nantgarw and Swansea, with others of less importance, all followed the lead of the

Meissen porcelain manufactory. The fabrique marks and many of the potters' marks will be found under their
respective headings.

The marks and monograms

of the

ceramic fabriqitcs

of the Continent and of England form a fascinating object of collection, and the study of the origin or raison (Tttre of these various marks
is

in itself

a most interesting and

instructive hobby, carrying the collector into glimpses of international and family histories which will well his

repay

time and attention.

INDEX
MANUFACTORIES, MANUFACTURERS AND ARTISTS,
WITH THEIR MARKS AND MONOGRAMS,
ETC.

200, 201 porcelain 174 07 AAT.MES, potter 97 pottery A.B 88, 84 95, 151, 196, 64, 87, pottery 211 197, 230 Amhcrst pattern 216 ABBEY (Richard), potter 23 ifa ABRUZZI (Castelli), pottery 39-41 AMSTEL, porcelain 228 ABSOLON, potter 93 pottery 162 74 porcelain ACOLE (Gio.)> potter 76, 82, [52 32 A.N 162, 178, 198 Anchor marks. ...37, 46, 71, 72, 79, 81, ADAMS (William), potter, 206, 213, 214 84, 145, 146, 170, 171, 188, 207, A.D.B 216, sig, 333, 226, 333 96 A.D.RAC 49 ANDF.NNES 91 A.D.T. 72 ANDKI';, painter 196 ANOKKA BONO 18 91 8~ a AJE.W T45 AN DKEOLI (Giorgio) A.K 23, 30, 32, 37, 87 (Saliinbenc) 14 A.F.A 48 porcelain.... 179, 181
'....19,

42, 52, 88,

116, 156, 162, 165, 168, 178, 186

A.M

AMAND (St.), AMAND (St.),


AMBERG,

AMR

AC

AMSTERDAM,

AD

AD.W

AG

145. i6.5
d')

A.G.B. monogram

AGFLOTRINCI (Silvestro AGOSTINO AGOSTINO RATTI

A.H

AK
AI,COCK

A.I

&

Co. potters
,

ALCORA,
Alexander Alexander

,,

36 6,72,76, 165, 196, 201 modclU-r I., Emperor 14-1 165 AIMUI.LO, II., Emperor of Russia 165 Al>K q'= ALK. P.F i.,.;... 5 A.P.M.l fc ALFONSO PATANA//I 5,6 APOIL, j>ainter 190 AU.EN (Robert), potter 228 APPKL (Joannes den) oc AI.I.IOT (J.), potter 74 APKEY, poucrv 7z 186 APT ; to ^I-ONCLK, painter i, 2 AR Alpha and Omega 71, 149, 151, 170 Altar si. 39 Arabic numerals 217 82, 152 AKCHKLAIS, pnintcr 196 ALT HALDENSTEBEN, por66 celain 160 AREND DC HAAK ...,, 95
AI<KX, poutsr

ALDKOVANDI

pottery (Carlo)

146 pottery N ET ( Chateau d ), potterv .... 26 43 ANSPACI-I, porcelain 45 pottery 84 paintttr 56, 97 ANTHONY'S (St.), potterv 95 ANTOINIfi, FAUB.ST....'....i77 206 Antoinette (Marie) 30 52 ANTONIUONS, potters .'.I. 48 AO. LASD1NR
1

ANGOULKME, AngnulCniK (Due d ANNABURG, AN

179

84 62
150
Sr 186

'.

225
(

181

178

u6

74 A.I*

of kugsin..

'

ALTENROLHAU

ARDUS

TM1

X.
TA.K

Ji\in;t/i

Ann

hoMii)!*

;\

P. \|{i

MIX
<

t\VtiO, pniirr
(St''|.niti).

st>

pntter

37
iBfo

AKM.XNII. tM;m

Uu'iiJ r, juwter HAKI.O\\ (If.inn.ih H, ). iiiti-it --{Arthur IV), ai list


..

230 230
231
31), I4<>,

ARNSTAPT,
ARRAS,
pnuvl Arrow mat Us.,.

JHiiirno'),

artiit

llAKtiN!

((iitiv.lliiu),

potl'|

H7

AKTOts

((

'nmte r

),

1VMJK, jwittrr

210

ARV. UK. MI1.DK


AsifwuKTii, pntter ASSKJ.YN, painter ASSM'.T (ttnlwrt) ASTIU'KY Cnms.), poltiT

MAKKAT,
AK'Ii>1.(>

p.tinter

i6
I0*>
I'./'i

liAUKK, ptiililrr PiARKIA f, Jiaitlt'T


(!''.),

jviltrr
.................

154

i.XR
t.

True Unnuitui

ASTON NKN

\SSANO .............................

35 38

A.T
ATIIANASIUS, poitcr
AilHKttT, painter poUi-ry AUSTIN, potter, AUSTRIA, porcelain
21

ikissfonl (Nnttin^liamJ ............... sa.S

iBh

HATKIN,

AUMUND,

86 225
...........

1^2, 153

HASSCI (Laurrnsl, potter ............. 73 potter ......................... UAUIMK;IN, painter .................. ISAVAKIA, purrulain,.,, ....... 155, 156 81 pottery ..........................

A.V ........... ! ............................

AVBC .....................................
AVKLU
AVISSK

73 57
i

I4AYKUX, porciilain ................. 174 KAYRiiUTlI.porwlain ........... i,S5

AVH ......................................
(Saul), AVISSKAU (Victor), putter ...........

(KmZanto),

painter.

......

96
196 73 57

BB
NCI

pottery
57.
-

painter ................

HI)

173 180
if>3

AVON,

LES FONTA1NEAVON pottery


BLEAU,
pottery.
...............

........................

Mi
Itaacon.....

45

57 MKAXJVA1S,

Axe, a mark ................... 95, 160, 194 AYNSLKY (J.). potter ................. 213

HKCIIONK
liKPKAU

pottrry nwi* NANO

55
43.
186.'

MicrgUKT, painter
(Jos.),

monogram

Oft

B
BAAN

20, 21, 58, 60, 71, 76, 88, ()8, 154, 163, 164, 173, 186, 187, 197, 219, 229
(I.)
(

BACCHUS (W.) potter BADDELEY, potters

BADEN,

porcelain

BAGNIOKEA

95 214 209, 210 160 26


18

Beehive, as a mark HKKVRRS, potter BELGIUM, porcelain pottery BULL (W.), potter Hell as a mark

209. 2241
103, 1^4]
1

BAGNOUi,
BAILLEUL,

MOUNT

90 03' 224 224^ 61 BKLLKNHKK (N. J.) HELLK VUK, pottery 221 and BELLE1CK, pottery porcelain 234

BELLEVILLE,
Molls,

BAILEY, potter
fayence BAILLY, painter

BAIREUTH,

pottery porcelain

213 93 186 80
155

porcelain the three, a sijjn BKNKDK.TTO, potter BENTHAL, pottery

181

HKNTJ.KY (Thomas), HICRANGKK, painter

potii'r

BALDASARA MANARA, potter BANKS and TURNER, potters


BAPTISTA (Giovanni) BAR, painter

22 214
24

porcelain MKKNARUINUS of Siena

MERLIN,

95 34 ai6 204 1^7 153


34* 77, 78.

MKUTIIKVIN, potter

186 166 186


169, 196

HARANUFKA
porcelain

HKKTINO Rio

(Banmuwka),

HKKTKAND
'.&

(P.), painter

28 187

BE$AN(,!ON,

p(;ttery

74
174
6s, 173

BARBE, painter
BARBIN(F.), painter

HKTTIGNIKS, putter
(Baron), potter

INDEX.
PAGE
B.f

Xlll
PACK

197

BFB

B&G
BG
BIENFAIT, painter

B.FS

97 167
41, 143, 167

BOUQUKT (M.) BOURDU (J.), potter BOURG LA REINE,


pottery
r

57
58 porcelain. 171

I3oussKMAR f(F.), potter

BIGOUR AT

(Claude), potter

187 59
23. 187, i8J

BOW,

porcelain

BlLLINGSLEY, potter BINET, painter BING and GKONDIIAL,

Row nnd
BR.t
BI J T

BOWICRS, potter arrow murk

BOYLE, potter

72 92 232, 233 206 233 211

BINNS (R. W.), potter BIRCH (E. J.). potter Bird, as a mark 46,

potters.... 167 22; 20*


83, 84, 85, 162, 187, 216

80,97
153
76, 171, 197

B.P.M

BR

BRADWELL,

pottery

234 BRAMELD, potter So BRANCAS LAUKAGUAIS, potter... BL 45,91, 159, 164, 167, 170, 172 BREITENBACH, porcelain BLANCH ARD, painter 197 BKIANCIION, potter

BK

BiRNEY(Mc),

potter

205 224 170


159 i8r

la

BLC
BLOIS, pottery BLOMFOP BLOOR (R.), potter

72, 171

91 63
95
227, 228 21, 90

BM
BN

BRJEL (1*. Van dor), potter 94 BRIOT (I''ran9ois), potter 56 KKIOU (Edme), potter 57 BRISTOL, pottery and porcelain 229 BROUWER (Isaac, Justus, and
Hugo), potters 94
Co.,

62,172, 173, 187 Brown, Westlicad, Moore & potters 95 gilt), Been, potter 91, 164 BRUGES, fayence BOHEMIA, porcelain 153 BKUMENT, potter BO1SETTE, porcelain 173 BRUNTON&CO., potters BOISSIMON (Ch. de), potter 73 BRUSSELS, porcelain BOITEL, painter 197 fayence BONCOIRANT, potter 72 B.S BONDY(Rue de), porcelain 179 BT BONN, pottery 84 BUCHWALH, Director BONNEKOY (A.), potter RETIRO, porcelain, 71 BONNUIT, painter 197 pottery BONO (Andrea di) 18 BULIDON, pairuer BONPENC1ER, pottery 48 BUNEL, painter BONTEMPS (V.), potter 87 13URG (L.) potter. BOOTH (Enoch), potter 206 BURSLEM, potteries, &c BORDEAUX, porcelain TEUX, painter 174 187, TLKR, artist pottery 69

Boat (the

a sign

210
91

59 225 163, 164


90, qt

BUEN

io OS 78
147, 148 53, 147

387 387 87 3 2O4-2or


188, 197

231

BORGO SAN SEPOLCHRO...


.BORNE (Claude), potter
.

BORELLY,

potter

59,

(H.), potter

iUTTERTON (Mary), 61 B.V 58 B. W. M. &Co


92 B.X

47 33

SUTLER, potter
artist

224
231
56, 89

210
Kj7

(Maria Stephanas)

BOSELLI (J.), potter Bottger's marks Bottle, the porcelain Bottles, the three porcelain

47, 71 149, 150

BOUCHER, painter BOUCOT, painter


BOUILLAT, painter
,

BOULANGER,

BOULARD
}

painter. (J.), potter.

vBouLLEMiER,

'BOULOGNE,

painter porcelain

94 94 187 187 187 187 58 197


171

i,

14, 24, 164, 183, 188, 190

"JAHAU, painter JABRI, potter Jaduceus, anifirk

197
...149,

CAEN,

porcelain

74 176, 190, 218 174


189

CAEVALIER, painter

CAFFAGIOLO, maiolica 3AILLOU (Gros), porcelain


JALDAS,
maiolica.

29-33
178 53

XIV

INDEX.
'&
:u.

CALLEGARI,

potter

15

n
Lie

210

CAMIJIASI (Luca)

CAMBRAY,

CAMURIA CAMHRIAN
CAMHRIAN

painter
pottery AJKJII

CAMP ANI (Kerdinanclo) CAMPHKI.I. (Colin Mintun)

o 92 215 23^ 213 35

HOY
paintt*r
.s

'UAUKV,

175 188

(Uichnrci),

pmicr

'II,

\MHKKS &

(!()., pntU'l's

an

CANDIANA,

CANTON
C APKLLK,

pottery

39
188

'HAMI'ION (K.)> potter Champion's patent .'11ANOU (H. K.)

215 219 234 229 210 177


187* 188
oo,

(New), see liOW.


pai nter
artist

(Sophi)

.tHANTILLY. pom-lain
'n.\ri-:i.i.K

CAPO
CAR

CAPES (Miss M.), DI MON'I'E, CAPRONNIKR, painter

230
143 197

169 170
188

porcelain,..
des),

'HAPt'is, painter.
'harli*s
jl

X..
I,

CAPUCINES
porcelain

(Rue Neuve

lARLO'lTKNHU R(
lain

puree-

179
18,

M4
188 8

!lIAKIKNTJKK, piUDtiT

CARDIN, painter CARI (Ce'sare), painter

JiiAKKm

(Ksuniy), painter..

197 '97

CARL THEODOR

CAROUSEL (Petit),
CASAMENE,
CASTEL,

(Elector), potter 154 porcelain..,. 180

JIIATKAU IVANNKT CHATILLON, porcelain


CHAUVKAUX,
painter

62
174 188, 189

CARRIER, painter CAROCCI, KAURI & Co., CASALI, potter


pottery painter..

188
potters.,.

14 15

74
188

CHEUSKA, porcelain CHELSKA-UUK1W, poiwtlain... CHKTHAM & WOOI.KY, potters....


CincANNKAtr,
potters (Smith), potter Chinese devices

233 226
aitflo6

169, 176
1

CASTEL DIRUTA, maiolica... 24, CASTEL DURANTE, maiolica


CASTELLI,
maiolica

25

CHILD

05

et set/.

dynasties
39- 41

inscriptions

CASTJLHON, pottery CASTLEFORD, pottery CASTLE GREEN (Bristol),


tery

72 224
pot-

numerals

CHINESE

periods porcelain

1 02 109 108 100 102 99-119

99

Cathedral of Florence Catherine II. of Russia

seal stamps 229 142 CHOISY (De), painter

103^

i&
i8S

CHOISY.faycnce
CHOLLKT,

189 55, 56

CATON,
lain

painter pottery and porce.-

CATRICE, painter

188
216, 217 pottery 209, 210 61

CAUGHLEY,

CAULDON
CAUSSY
(P.)

PLACE,

175* porcelain 66 potter 216 CHRISTIAN, potter CHULOT, painter 189 CIANNJCO (Luc. Ant.), painter,.., 41

C1E
C.J C:L

CIROU

(Ciquaire), potter

g CBD

24, 76, 87, 95, 155, 196

216
8, 15, 62, 148, 157,

CC
CCC.CP

173, 183 197, 211. 212

CLARKE,

potter

CD CDG

CI.AUDU Rivif:RKND, 92 Claw (the), asign

potter

74, 175, 198, 217

CLEMENT,

potter

CELOS, painter CENCIO, painter CENIS(St.), pottery

96 197 14 68
s
147, 152, 228 212, 223 22*
177, 188

CLEKISSY, potter

214 169 188 95, 168 224 56 95 175 63

C6SARE

CLERMONT FERRAND,
. tery CLEWS, potter

of Marseilles, potter of Moustiers, potter

69 63
pot-

CF C&G

(Cari), painter

71

207

CGW
CH

CLICHY(Rucde),
CLOSE &

CLIGNANCOURT,

porcelain 178 porcelain.., 171 212 Co., potters

INDEX.

XV
PAC.R

CLOUD (St. CLOUD (St.), CM CN


COALPORT
COBRIDGE,

),

porcelain pottery
176, 62,

218,

pottery

COCCORESE (To. Carlo) Cock used as a mark 93, COCKSON & HARDING, potters.... COIMBRA

DALE COLEBROpK artist COLLINS


(Miss),
'.

169 56 189 173 233 207 41 160 210 S3 217 230

CV.
C.

We. Dw CYFFLE (P.

95, 158
L.), potter

Cycles, Chinese

Japan CYPLES, potter

168 172 107 128 213

D
DAGOTY

25, 26, 60, 82, 96, 97, 189

226, 227, 228


(P. L.), potter

(R.F.)

181 181

COLOGNE,
Gres

fayence
(F.

COLONNESE
COMMELIN,
Compasses

&

(3.), potters...

90 DALE, potter 90 DAM (J.), potter 42 DAMMOUSE, painter


185 189 193

207
94, .95

198

Comet, as a mark
painter

DANIEL

Con Pol

di S.

Casa
putter....

47
58 58 197 198

CONRADE CONRADE

(Domenique),

family CONSTANT, painter CONSTANTIN, painter COOKWORTHY (William),

DA. PW DARAUBERT,

(Henry), potter (Ralph), potter (Richard), potter DANTZIG, pottery

212 207 212 85 95


172 158 178 179

DARMSTADT
DARTE,
potter.

potter

potter 228, 229

DASTIN, potter

COPELAND,

COPELAND and GARKET

potter

211 167

DAUSSY (A.), initials DAVENPORT, potter


DAVIGNON, painter DAWSON, potter

of.
,

68 207
198 198 225 147 198

212 DAVID, painter

73 D.B 189 DC Co COSEL (Comtesse) 224 149 180 DECK (Theodore), potter COTTIER (Andre"), potter 56 DECKER COURTILLE (De la), porcelain 177 95 228 LA COURTILLE, porcelain 177 COURTNEY, potter COUTURIER, painter 198 189 DELAKOSSE, painter Cozzi (Geminiano), potter 144, 145 DELENKUR (Demoiselles), potters 170 DELFT, pottery 94-98 CP 177 145, 179, 180, 188, 197 DELTUF(A.), potter F. DELVECCHIO CRAWLEY (Miss), artist ( potter 41 231 ), 162 CRE1L, fayence 55 DE MOLL, potter CREMER (M. L.), potter 90 DENIS FAUB". (St.), porcelain. 178 Crescent 167 4, 7, 54, 144, 166, 192, porcelain 222 221, 217, 219, pottery 77-79 CRETTE(L.), potter 163 DERBY, pottery and porcelain 226-28 CROS, painter 64 DERBY-CHELSEA, porcelain... 226 CROSA (Paolo) 198 39 DERICIISWEILKR, painter CROSS... 20, 35, 38, 62, 66, 69, 74, 144, DERUELLE (Pierre), potter 171 I 8 DKSPERAIS, 167, 176, painter 157. S 165, 229 198 66 CROWN-DERBY, porcelain 226, 227 DESVRES, pottery Crowns (three) of Sweden 77, 78 DEUTSCH, painter 198 C R P L 8 DEVELLY, painter 198 CRU'sSOL\Rue'de)i'porceVain'.!'. 181 DEVERS (Joseph), potter 56 CS 70, 76, 218 95 Of 154, 198 DEXTRA, potter 95 Cumse, a pattern 198 234 D.F 62, 173 144, 199 'pjSTiNE (General), potter Dh ^CuSTODE, potter 198 58
tery

COPENHAGEN, porcelain....;... CORENTIN QUIMPER, potCORNAILLE, painter

DD

DE

DENMARK,

DEX

DG

XVI
DI

INDTCX.

DIHL (Christopher), potter DILLWYN, potter Diomed of Viterbo DIOMRDK of Durante


DIONIOI MAKINF, potter DION iso BKKTINO Kio

DIDIKK, painter DJKU, painter

1^8 198
1189

DUKANTINO

((xllido)

2,

(I'Vancusco) DUKOSKY, painter

"
189, io t j, 198

179
233. 234

29
5

(Leprnv), IJOIUT Du.sni,LK, painter DUTANOA, painter DUYKN, potter

DUKOT

103 189 190

95
198

37
28

Dy

DIRMSTEIN,
Distaff, a

DIRL'TA, mark

pottery maiolica

82 24 26
I

57, 78, 164,

226

DK

DixoN, DixoN,

potter PlHU.li'.s

& Co

225 225
aaf.

pniirry

DlvL
DI-K

ICH
N,

DM

tfi,

D.O.'

30 58 32g 28

209 180

painter ......
',

KCKKKNKOKDK,
lv

de

M .................

layftur

DOCCJA,
11

Doctor used

porcelain Wall" period,

142, 143

S (Mi.ss), artist

marks
220
189

in

KK.H
ICC1

DGLJIN, painter

DOKS (Vander),

potter

95
103 142 35 i Oa 219 224 224 225

Dolphin, as a mark Dome of Florence DOMEN ico da Venezia


R (Georgts) pot ter DONALDSON (John), painter DON, pottery ASTER, pottery DONKIN, potter
1C
,

KlIKKNKMi'll, potttT
K.I.

78
yt>8
8<>

KISLCNACII, poiU'ry

Do M M

200

K,LHO<iKN,
Mlbnw, as a KI.KRS (J. I
1

ptirci-lain ni,\rU

...........
D.ivid), poitru.

iss

DONG
.

and

^s
-/la

MI.KIN, putter .................

DONOVAN, potter. DOKBZ (Freres)

234
163

KM ...................................
pt.tn-iy,

oo
55

ICNGKKKON TAINK,

,,

A DORNHEIM,'
/

j^

DOULTON,
Doulton's

pottiry,'!'.!!'.!'.'.'.!'.!! 230 potter fayence and stone-

92 86

IN(.iLIS!l pottery and pnivH.un


wi,\ .id hiicin.

KNNIUS KAYNKKIUS ..................

ware

DP
D.R DRANU,
D.S.K
DT.. DV..
painter DRESDEN, porcelain DROUICT, painter

230
66, 88

'DVDD DVXI DUBLIN,

pottery DUBOIS, potter painter DUCLUSEAU, painter DUES13UKY (William), potter 126, 227,

189 189 149-151 198 95 190, 198 169 9S 96 234 [70, 177 189 198

ICstc

I'K ....... ........................... vni, Krminci as a niaik .............. iH^, KSKJNIC ..................................
,

KM
it

24

49

IST1,

fnycucc ........................ (7
1

porcelain ........................ 147 (Cardinal d ) ..................... ,st


.............

ETIOT.LKS, poivdain

i;

EUROPEAN
flncm.

ETRURIA,

potu-ry

yuf, ?o poicehun .......... 142 HI'.


...........

EVANS, paintor ........................

n/,
Hi.
ifrf.

EVKKS

live within

((icurit), potter .............. a triangle ......... ....


,

EYKK

(John),

arti.-.t

..............

a,jt

DUMAS (Mad. DUNDERDALE

19, 30, 41, 88, 142, 15'),

./>,
1

^o, r^, 71, 80, i </ci/t (/;,*,

Veuve)

DURANTE,

(David), potter maiolica

^56 224 15-18

KB

INDEX.
26 FABRIANO, maiolica FABRICA DE ARANDA 52 FABRICA DE MASSARELLOS 53 FABRICA GOSPODINA 165 FAENZA, maiolica 18-24

XV11

FLORENCE, pottery FLORSHEIM, pottery


FLR
F.M
Flower-pot (the), a sign
1

F. MED. II

FAHLSTROM
Falcon mark

(A.), potter

77 46
190 142 22
198 71 67, 174 54-98, 230 211

FOESCY, FOI

porcelain

FALOT, painter. FANCIULACCI, chemist

FONTA1NEBLEAU
FONTAINES
faycnce

FONTAINE, painrer

FANO

(Nicolo da) FARAGUET, painter FAUCIIIKR, potter FAUQUEZ, potter

FONTANA (Flamimo)
KONTKIJASSO

(Sept)

39 83 94 7 200 168, 196, 142 180 34 190, 109 (Avon less), 57 164

Fayence

FAZ FB ...56,
F.R.G.F F.B.L

Spode's

New

(Guidp), potter (Ortixio), potter


(Kratclli), potters....

4 3 4
1^4 190

64, 91, 92, 154, 196, 197,

KONTKLLIAU, pnilltCT 23 r Foot, a mark 87 Fork, us a mark


92

66

97
158

FC
F.C.L

FOR LI,

maiolica

35, 43. 76, 197

Fortune, a sign
FOUQUI';, potter FOURK, painter

190 65 215 tKBURIER (Jac.) 6, 72 92 FP FELL & Co., potters 225 K.P.R 44 211 FR...23, 53, 59, 143, 153, 176, 182, 201 Felspar china FENTON, pottery 212, 214 FKAGONARD, painter 199 82 FiSRAUD, potter 65 FRATN, potter FKRDINANDO CAMPANI FRANC K, porcelain 169- 181 3*5 FJSRRARA, maiolica 45 54-75 pottery FKRRAT (Freres), potters 16-18 64 FRANCESCO DUKANTINO SILVANO FERRYBRIDGE, pottery 224 5 180 URWNI FKUILLET, potter 25 a XANTO i, '4-1. 4,49* 158 JTC F.F.0 4 KKANCIIO (Sig.), Naples 41 ;ii n .... 199 154 pored F.G.C 82, '83 7 pottery F.G.Ko 13 KRANTX (J. D.), potter 98 199 KKANTZISN, piiintor 77, 166 1 39 FUATK, potlcr 25 FJCQUENKT, painter 214 199 KUEKLING & Co., potters FISCHER, potter [52, 153 French Republic, mark of 1873 Fish, as a mark 45, 113, 114, 161, 163 184 (Sevres) Fish-hook, a marlc 37 FRITSCH, painter 190 FL 76, 231 FKYK (Thomas), potter 233 Flag, as a mark 64 FKYTOM (K V.) 95 FUmbcau, as mark 177, 192 F.T 89 FLAMKN KLKURY, potter 178 KULDA, porct-Liiii 158 FLAMINIO (Fontana) 4 KULIIAM, pottery 229 FLAN, potter 178 KUMKX, pn inter 190 Fleur-de-lis... 60, 70, 75, 143, 144, 148, KUNFKIRCJUCN, potttsry 83 169, 182, 183, 195 I'URSTENBUKG, porcelnin 156 FLKUKY (Flamcn), potter 178 KURSTLKK, painter i^s 82 FX FLIKGKL, painter 1,190 210 FXAR t FLIGHT, potters FX /r'LORENCK, porcelain 142 190

FDVN
Fe

FD

173 17, 24 41

27-29 95 73

FOURNIKR

63,76,95 FOWKKS
,

(Pierre), potter (Sir Francis)

KG

FKANKKNTHAL,

.'

'.

XVUI
G
(JA

INDKX.
PAt.l.

I'AfiK
j

8, 31, 32, 42,

,|rj, rtsj, 6Vj, oi, lO'i, 101, lOj, I0j, 174, Hyi, Hjt,

Glo \NHTTl
;

(Dr.), pntli'l Gli>K>;t jAinbinMni, modeller

144 Kj8
8
12

I7V
7'i

(MaeMm)
GIOVANNI
(Arnlr)

G.A.A
G.A.H. monogram GAHKRII, VK.NtJOKWiiK.v

I.JM

03
15 14 31

GAHICIO
GAHKIKI.
I

(11)

(la

Gubbio
maioliea

GA KAG ZUTTO,
G.A.J'T

(UaptiMa) (Maria I.. GIOVINAI.K, f'lVrini), paintrr GIUAKII, painter (iiKni.AMo, of Gabicr.

32 24 J5
ja

100

GAG
CJAI.IANO,
nuiioliwi

144
15
3-.;

GIKONIMO
.

o,

15

G.A.M GANKAU,
G.A.O.I''

101

GJCSTINIANI, potters
(

42

painter

mo
\7

'

.l^

Ko

G.I
(il.ASS (Joseph), potter '"'

151
21-14

CiAK

oo
potter

GAKDIK (U),

181 |(il

(iAKDiN (Nicolas), potter.. GAUUNICK, Moscow, potter ......... 165 Gl.t'KK, GAKOKAI/), painter ..... ............ 20, 38 (J,M
potter ........................ 212 GAITTIIIKK, painter ................... igo GA/.G, potter..., ........................ 09

painter...

80
J2 i4S> If

GAUKKT,

G.0

G.O.U
CidiiKKT, painter
i

59 7
109

Gil ............................... 05, 147, 181 ( i< b. K G. H.A. B .............................. 30, *4't (JODIN, painler G.H.K .................................... 4, 108 (JOGGlN<iI-:N, ptUM-y G.C.I 87 GOMKKV, paititfir JuNV Jean), pnlhT G.I) ....................................... ION
1
".

OQ
Hi

JOf;

TOO
7.S

10.;

GKI.Y, painUir
GKI./,, pntu-r
(!<,.), potter painter (il'aNICV A, porcelain CiKNiN, painter CilCNOA, pottery

inn
81,
i.s-j.

GO.SSK, potter

GOTIIA* pun via m


(M.iriiinr-i, p-iit-i

174

GI-:NI-:SK

GKNKST,

joi n>n
itn

i(i(unA
|

GiU'i,i>iN; (Win.), pnti"r

too 04 r .^n

G()l'I/r
Gut'i'ii., paintei

oo
inn 142 17;

ijo
j;
)

(iKNKIT KVKKS

G.I'... GJs'.
<

GKNTIU,

painter CiKdUriKT, painter

io
mo'
140

<

CJIORA, porei'lain CiKRMANY, pourlain


]

mo
flli

lUAl-'i^NK'* )DA, JM.II-I v.. JKAIN;I-,K H Jrnij'.rl, jintt-'i ., Ll'.l-. \ <'i., PMIHT^,

Ho
....
.

::*'3

GKANUKI., painter
Gi,i|>plin;; ItouU, a
|

22 j 04
.'-17

lottery

Ko

mark

CtKRONA,
GK.KRAKD,
CS.K

porcelain painter
i.%

647 KJO
i,\y
4!!
4<),

(KA'lAr.\(iM
<

\, puitei

\\.

'

GKI- MI-K, pottir


ir'ek
-

Mn
:.i;;n

r/
-

(ilie),

a
,

04
,

G.F.G
CJG
(J.II
o,s,

eliaraelers
Si-

on Mamlir.i

s>o

'

GKKKN

'. ]Kttei

i,a /'3
r

178]

(Jolin), potter
(Tlio-..),

-.'^i
;*i.j.

GiiAYi. (mark of) (illKDT (W. J. M.), potter


Ginrc, painter. (ilKNT, potUM-y Gild of St. Luc

OH 87

GttKINMt

(( Ji

(tt)ielf

pntt-r J, It'Her,
|Miif.'l;nn

.i-JJ,

\vt
|

(IKKIXS'I'ADT,
rOj

i"

74
r>,^

GKKMONT,
GRI'-S,
Giilfin

painter

,.,..

>;,>

(ilLLKT, potter

GII.MO

(M.iititro), puller

iSr 12

unknown mat Us mark


1

?ig o^

MM

GtNOttl, potters

143

GKOIJN

(JKISON. painter
,

ti|i
6

j.ottery

INDEX.
J'Ar.E

X1X

GRONDAHL,
lain

GROSBREITENBACH,

potter

167
porce-

HAVE
II.

Hatclict, as a mark (Ln), porcelain

95, 160, 194

162
158 233 58, 73, 230
191

GROS CAILLOU,
GROS, potter

porcelain

159 178

HAYNES

Hay-fork, as a mark
(George), potter

GRUE,
G.S

GRUNSTADT,
G.T

potters

B 64 40 H.C

pottery

Gu GUBBIO,

maiolica

GUKKHAKD, potter GUICMARD, potter GUIDO DtTRANTINO MERLINO


SALVAGCilO

84 25, 46 191, 230 199 8-14 179 65


2,

HCD
21,

80
56, 158

3 3 18

98 95 190 HKATFI & SIIORTIIOSK, potters... 208 21 HKATIICOTK & Co., potters 88 HE.HA

H.D 1IDK

Head, a mark Heart, as a mark,

.....64, 168,

HELSINJiERG, pottery HKNNKKKNS (C. J.), potter

GuiLLEBAim, painter GUILLEMAIN, painter Guitar, a mark


GULF.NA, potter

60
199 233 165 214 79 178, 180 25, 48
17

HENRI

II

WARE

79 93
54, 55

HRNRION,

pninter

191

IIERCULANEUM, pottery HEREND, porcelain


HKKicouitT, painter

216 152
191 151

GUNTHER,
GUY,

pottt-r

GUSTAFSBERG,
potter

pottery

G.V GVA1RR.B. monogram


G.V.S..

HKRK (K.), HKRWKGK,

IlKKoi.n (C.

F.), painter

HESSE DARMSTADT,

painter painter

J52

78
porcctc;8

95

H
II.

lain et L, putters

170
41, 171, 108

II

4r

72

73 76. 8o 82, 88, 95, 97,


-

11.43

HAAG

165, 170, 175, 177, 191 151


(J.), potter

H.G H.H
HICKS,
MKICJII, potters

76,95
17,

88

&

JOHNSON,
sto
r$7

124

HACKWOOD,

potter

210
171

IIILDESHErM,

HAFI-RINGUE, potter HAGICN (Van der)

HAGUE,

Hand

152 porcelain... lOo HALLTON, painter 199 93 pottery 212 HAMILTON, potter HANCOCK (Robt.) 210 228 (Sampson), potter

porcelain IlAlDlNfSKR, potter

94 162

porcelain IIii.DiTni (Messrs.), potters Lhr.KKN, painter IIn.MtKKr; (D.), painter IIllM'OMTO ROMBAl.lxriTI.,

213
iyi

77
16
51

HALDENSTEBEN,

IIISPANO-MOOUrSII
I-l.K III

potKtry..
88, 170,

HAMBURG,

UN
IIOCIIST, porcelain
pottery Ilor.nsuii* (Joaiali),

62/88, ih 200 88
154
81, 82

HANLEY, pottery HANNONG (Jos. Adam)


(Paul) Pierre (Pierre

51

207-210
...62, 82,

J54,

HOLLAND,
S 3,
154.'

219 (Richard), potter, 218, 219, 227 80 HOLITSC1I, fuycnco


jiotti-r ....218,

...

HARBURG,
Hare

HARDING & COCKSON,

175 Antome) 62, 72, 170, 177 81 pottery

:-'**,

potters... 210

113 213 Harp, as a mark 234 HARRISON (G.J, potter 214 Hart (the), a sign 95 HARTLEY, GREKNS it Co. potters 223 VAN LA UN, potter 93

HAKLEY

(T.), potter

porcelain pottery Hoi. I, INS (Samuel), potter (T, findj.), potters HOI.MK.S, potter HONORI';, potters liook, as a mark

161,

ifta

93 98 '209 200 209


181

HOORK.N (Van) Horn, as a mark

37 95
1/10

IIORNBliRO,

pottery
pottery

Horse, ns a mark

HOT LANK,

84 95, 156 207


*..

XX
IIOUDA,
HOUKY,
H.I'
fiiycncc

INDEX.
I'At.K

93
19* 178 56, 83, 91, 194 2or 62, 8i 88, 213
f

I.T

paiiitiur

ITAI JKNS,

BUULKVARI) ......
....................
1

HOUSKI,, polter

ITA
IVII
I.V.I

Y, majolica.

HR
II.

)rcelain ...................

203 179 1-50 1 42- 47

.....................................
.......................................

,59,

H.S.I.R

H.S.T.R

90 95
pointer
lii),
,

.....................................

IAV

95 95 96 95

HUAKD,

HuiiAunifeKK (Do

HUBERTSBKRG, HULL, pottery


HUMHKKT,

potter pottery

H.V

painter porcelain HUNIJ, painter

HUNGARY,

399 73 89 JACINTO MONTI, potter Ar< t>UKS At IUI.I.IK.N, i>ouers 224 199 JAMAKTdJ.), potter. 152 JAPANICSIC porcelain
I

^3

171

75
120 141

191
75,

JKAN(A.), potter

HVG
H.V.K.

II.V.M.D H.V.S

HYl/rON,
H.Z.Z

pottery
!

K8 89 95 95 97 225 170

IKKONIMO (Maestro), da

Korli

JKVKR,

pottery
S,) t vte

56 27 86
|t

JOANNKS (M,

JOYAU, painter
JUIIIN, painter JUI.IKNNK, painter

191

i9r

'fUNIUS
}./-

aba 9S
55.

M7

1
I.

14, 76, 191

A
potter of Venice...

196

K
KAfiA,
notteiy

64, So,

B,

97, iRg
.

lACOMO T)A I'KSAKO, VASSRLLAKO,

FAG
IAII I.B
1.''

36 37 53

K.H.K...

88
'53

154, iS5

K K

K.

A N,

)olter

57.95
197 95. I3 56, 189, 219
.

KKKMNC;

(A.

At

1C.),

potters

(J-).

loiter
At

1.1)

Ti)KT

I.D.A
I.D.I
'

95
90, 96, 20O, 2ii8,

KKKN

Cn., potters
'

(Knsii). artist

206 209 aog 231


S

I.I

>> 2}1

KKNT,

J.K.B

210
38, 97.

IKS

Mi
J<;R

W
4*1

KKYSKK
KIKK, KIKL,

pottery KKKK & I JINNS, potters as a mark Key,


(Cornelia*.), potter
. .

",:
.

170

K.H.CAV

1511,

I.G.S

l.G.V

40 90
59. to 95. *75.
T 9*

pnrcel.iiii

it>6
7:1 .

pnttery

IM
I.K
I.I

KIM.I. (A,), putter Kl.KIN, pninler,

95
74, 200

Kl.KYNOVKN

KLOSTKR
celain

(<,).),

puller
pur-

79 95 J55 9f

\VKILSD()RI-\

ILMICNAU, pottery IMI'KRATRICKO/),


I

85
181
,

m pcrial
P. I.

I''

porcdain. 1 pochs (Sevres) 83


42,

i<l\

KNHJIIT, potter Knot, as a nmrk


Koe'-el
((

206
i.

I.N
I.l
I.

TKJ,

Tgh 34, 180


(in

'onitr'S'.e tic),.

in

KnNfKJSTKDTKN,
K".R
KOKNKMIH.J.;,
pri(K-r

ijottnv '
If.
I,

T.R

24, 70, 90,

r4,j,

176,

2oj
234
21
-^

IRELAND,
I.S

pottery

KOR/ICC,

porcel.iin

Ironstone china

57, 58, 23|

KPM
KR

KoKDMNHt'SCn, potter
.';

.So
t-.i,
;...
I(

ISLKWORTII,
pot tcry

53
\t

porcelain

and
ssr
t

KKAUT

(Hans), potter

CO

INDEX.
LEGKR,
157 151

XXI

KRIEGEL,

potter

potter

KRONENBERG, porcelain KUHNKL, potter KUNERSBERG, fayenoe


KUWZT
(J.), artist
(J.),

LEGRAND, painter LKGUAY, painter

75 200
192
152, 153

KUYLIC

potter

79 97 94

LEHAMMKR,

porcelain

LEI (Pietro), potter LEICHNER, potter LEI HAMMER, potter

15 162
78, 79 170, 180

LKMAIRK,
L...-4. 13. 33. 43. 67. 73. 88, 159, 177

192, 200, 213

LE MONTET, pottery LE NOVE, porcelain


pottery

potter

73
146, 147

LAFOND,

potter LAFOREST, pottery

162

LAHENS and RATKAU, potters.... LAKIN and POOLE, potters LAMARRE (Advenir), potter
Lambel d'Orleans LAMBERT, painter

44
j

LENZBURG,
LEONARDUS
LKROSEY,

pottery

LEOPOLD, modeller

39 89 95 172
163 181

178

LK>KRRE DUROT,
potter

potter

172, 195

LAMBETH,
LAMPETKAN
LANDAIS,

pottery
:.

200 LEROY, gilder 230 LKSSF.L (Johan Otto), potter


91 174

LAMMENS(B.), potter LAMONINARY, potter


artist

LKSSORK, painter

56,

LESUM,

95
152 73

LicucAmus SOLOMHRINUS
Licvrt, pointer

pottery

200 93 205 85 29
192 178

LAMPRECHT,

LANE DELPH, pottery .212,213,214 LE VOULAND, potter LANE END, pottery 213, 214 LEWINS (E.), potter
LANFRAY(F.

potter

LEVKILLB,

potter

69
225 231 192

LANGEAIS,
LANGLACE,
LASDINR

C.), potter pottery. painter.

LANGLOIS, potter LAROCIIE, painter

LEWIS 73 L.F 200 L.G 174 L.G.C 191 L.G.P


173

(Miss F.), artist


7,

14,

36
porcelain

L&H
M

LASEINIE,
LASSIA

(Jean), potter.

174 177

LlAUTti (Louis), potter

LILLE,

porcelain

200 200 40 214 73 163

LATACHE,

LA TOUR D'AIGUES LAUN (Hartogvan), potter


LAURAGUAIS (Count), LAURKNS BASSO
potter

painter

200 66 LI BACH, porcelain 93 LIMOGES, porcelain


170 73
pottery LINDKMAN, painter LINN ELI. (Miss F.), artist

159, 160

175 69
1155

L A VALLE
Lazare

LAURJOROIS, potter
(

Dr. ), potter
),

73 74
177

230
142

Lion
Lion's

49, 154, 162, 174

L.B
L.C

(St.

Faubourg

LCS
Leaf, a

89, 91, 164, 170, 182, 191, 197, 200 6, 163, 164, 197
97, 113, 143, 159

paw LISBON, pottery


pottery

53

LIVERPOOL,
celain

and

por215, 216

mark LEANDRE, painter


LISBEL, potter

37,55 L.L..I55,
191
191, 200 178 163, 172 68 192

T 59. * 6 3-

182, 183, 184, 192

L.M

LLANELLY,
LOCKER &
(J.),

pottery

234
161

Co., potters
potter

LKBCEUK, potter

LOCKE-IT

LEBRUN, potter LECERF (J.), initials


LECOT,
L'JR,

of

painter

LKDOUX, painter GRAINGER &

LOCKE (Jan B.), potter LODI, pottery LODOVICO (Maestro)

pottery (Denis), potter LE FRANCOIS, potter LBGAY, painter

LEFEBVRE

LEEDS,

192 Co., potters... 223 223


'58

LONGPORT,
lain

227 206 177 43 35


206, 207

pottery

and porc213
162

174

LONGTON HALL, pottery LOOSDRECHT, porcelain 161, LORKTO (Santa Casa), maio-

200

47

INDEX.

XX111

MF
M.F.S

PACE
152

MORLEY

(Nottingham), potter.... 225


(A.) potter porcelain
65,

MG
MICAUD, painter MICHAUD, painter MICHEL, painter

M.G

4 12, 90 8-10
201

MOKKKINH

MOSCOW,
MOUKOT,

57 165

192 192
pottery. 224

150 43 97 201 M.R 144 MOLLKR, pottery 43, 44 167 potter I LDE ( Arv. 95 Mullets or spur rowels, three (mark) 59 cle) pottery MILES (Thomas), potter 208 MUNSTER, pottery 89 Mi LET, painter 2or Musical instruments 113 86 MINDEN, pottery MUTKT,, painter 193 101 M.V.B Ming dynasty 95 M1NIATELLO (San), niaiolicn.. 43 M.V.M 231 MINTON (Herbert), potter 211 M. W. & Co 234 211 My ATT, putter 212 (Thomas), potter

MIDDLESI3OROUGH, MIL MILAN, porcelain


,

M.P M.P.M

pottery potter MOUSTIERS, pottery

MOUL1NS,

66 66 63-65

53, 95, I7C

MQ

&

HOLLINS & POULSON &

BOYLK,

MIRAGAIA
Mitre

M.M

MJ

M.O MOABIT,
Modelling

M&N

211 Co., potters... 211 Co., potters ... 211 (Oporto) 53 155 87, 176 66
potters

9, 42, 57, 143, 168, 173,

184

186, 226

NANTGARW,
NAPLES,
Napoloon NAST, potter

NANTES,

213
90, 201

pottery porcelain porcelain pottery

porcelain
table, as

a mark

M.O.L

MOGAIN, painter MOIRON, painter MOITTE, potter

153 226 66
192 172 162
7(12

NATHUSIUS,

N.H NEALK, potter. & PAI.MKK, & WILSON,


NIOP1TA, pottery

potter

57 234 143 41, 42 1 1 83 84 180 160


,

MONTELUPO, pottery MONTET, pottery MONTPELIER, pottery MONTREUIL, porcelain MOOKK & Co., potters MOORISH pottery
Moor's head, a sign

MONTE (Capo di)

193 377 171 MONSIEUR, porcelainedo..i7J, 172 MONTAIGNON (M.) 59 MUNTAKCY (Outrequin de), potter 176 MONTAUBAN 66

MoOL(De), potter MONGKNOT, painter MONGINOT, potter MONNIKK, potter

NKNGOO JAPAN

potters potters

81 208 208 208 130

NEUFRIICDSTE1N,

41 pottery 85 N1CU [lALUENSLICliEN, pottery 83 NIOVKKS, pottery 57-59 Now blanche china 212

NKWKOLD.

NEWCASTLE- UPON -TYNJC,


New
N.G
ORSINT NICOLKTO, of Padun
Niroi.o
P')ttery

potter

213

143
42, 43

215, 225

73 69 173

NEWKayeuce, HALL,

Spode's woiks

211

210

13,46
105
18
18

225
51

Nicholas 1., Emperor of Russia... NICOLAUS me RAONOLIS

MORAVIA,
MOKICAU,

pottery

painter. potter

05 82 201

DA UKHINO

39
2

N1DEKVILLKR,
pot t(;ry

porcohiin...i7a, 173

MOKKLLF., potter

MORGAN

176 177
potti-r.... -..-...
2129

62
152 193 72 88 26

Mir;r, (Joseph), artist

(Win, de),

NFOUKT, painter

MOKIN, painter MOKIOT, painter


,

193
ao'i

NISMKS,

potter

210

NO NOE

puttery

XXIV
NOEL,
painter
pottery

INDEX.
PALVADEAU, potter .................. PAOLO CKOSA .........................
PARIS,
57 39

NOFRI, modeller

NOTTINGHAM,
NOVE,
N.Q N.R
N.S

*93 147 225


189, 193 146, 147
82,

NOUAILHEK (Madame),
porcelain pottery NOWOTNY (A.), potter

pn inter..

80, 81 NUREMBERG, pottery NYMPHENBKRG, porcelain.... 155

39 152 193 22 T43

P.HL
P.C
P.C.Ci

porcelain ................. 176 181 pottery ....................... 56, 57 PARPKTTK, painter .............. 193, sor PASQUALK RUUATJ, potter ......... 43 PATANAXXI (Alfonso) ................. 5, 6 (Krancosco) .................... 5. <> 5 (Vincen/.io) ..................... P;uil, Knipcror of Russia PAVIA, inaioiica 47

NYON,

porcelain

161

PAYNE, Salisbury P.B P.B.C

228
ya,

187 72
7<>
iJS

OA
O.B
OCHOGRAVIA,

3.

72
15

Jr>
4

P.C.P

OFFENBACH,
O.F.L O.F.V.F

sculptor pottery

171 148

P.UW.T
p.K
Pun cock, a sign Pearl warts

08
xoij

84
148

OJP OIRON,
O.L OLEKY
OiVI

3 PELISIE (Claudf), potter 76 PELISSIER (Pierro), potter


pottery
54, 55

95 214 <0 163


08,

Ojone

(Joseph), potter

4 64 64
56

PELLEVE, potter PKNNINOTON, putter


PKNNIS, potter
lain
poitt-ry

171

PENTIIIICVRK
PKKKSTINO PKKGEK, Artist PEURIN (Vcuvc),

215 9^
170
13

(Scwuix), poree-

OLIVIER, potter

176
1(17

ONDRUP, artist O.P Opaque clrinn


porcelain pnttcry potter porcelain ORLEANS, porcelain pottery ORSINI (Nieolaus) ORTOLANI (Ludo), painter

72
214, 234

potter..............

70
54 18
18

OPORTO,

ORIENTAL

OKAZIO KONTANA,

148 53 3, 4
99-1.1
1

PERSIA,

f.iy.-nrf .....................
.......

PKKUCHA.'nuiolica .................
((lidvavini), paintfr

173 70
18
14
5

(St.), iwirrrluiu..

I'M, rfi-

PKTIT,
j

OS

paintrr ..........................

in
iKo
v.U
1

OTKINCI SILVESTKO, potter DE OUTltEQLUN MoNTAKCY,


potter

76 26
176 64
i !

(Jncnh), potter ........... ,.,.. PKTKUS'(R.), painter .................


P.
P.

........................................
,

42

O.Y
P
J 3.

&

paintrr .....................

n^
fli,'|

K.\V ................................

P. II .................... 64, ya, 83, HH, 175,

potter pottery PAriL(F.), potter Painters' marks

P.A PA CKOSA,

25, 33. 53. 72. 76, 95. *H. 169, 19.3, 194, sor, 215 30, Oo, 64, 190

ti^, HOI

PHH.JIMMNK, painter .............


,

rc/3,

wr^i
S:P.;

Puu.i.U'.s, potirr .................. ary,

PADUA,

39 30 88 92
ic>3

PiCKMAN
Pinonx,

Co., poiirr ....... ......... tSr Co., pnlter: ..........


t^

;:;

piiintrr .....................'..

PAJOU, painter Pa-kwa, or S tri<jrams

-----

PIEDMONT,
1

porcelain

...........

i.

potti-ry ...........................

PALMER

(H.), potter

103 208

PlKUf'K (W.) ft Co., potters ....... 2 PiKKKK, painter .................. n^, t

INDEX.
PAGE

XXV
J'AUIC

PIETRO DA CASTEL DURANTE..


PILLIVUYT, potter

PONT AUX

POPINCOUKT
POPOKK, potter

142 171, 172 153 30, 32, 58 193 Pitcher, the double 7 94 PTTO Fco AR7OBISPO.... 53 PITHOU, painter 194 P.K or Pull 56 i PL PV 76 PLANT (Benjamin), potter 95 213 P.V.D PLANTIER, potter 95 72 P.V.M 201 P.V.S PLINE, painter 95 P.Y.C PLYMOUTH, porcelain 228, 22Q 52 202 PYNACKKK, potter P.M.R 94 P.O 76, 148 POISSONNIERE (Rue), porcelain 180 73 POITIERS, pottery 225 57 Queen's Ware 166 QUIMPER, pottery POLAND, porcelain 73 POLO (San), maiolica 35 QUIR1CO (St.), maiolica 34 CHOUX, porcelain 176 R 14, 2*, 22, 31, 37, 51, 60, 76, 95. (Rue de), porcelain 181 158, l6o, 176, 2OI, 202, 224

16 PRINCE (J.), potter 180 P.R.NP. PINART (Hippolite), painter pottery 56 PROSKAU, 14 20, 38 Pink, a mark Prova," a murk 62, 82, 171 Provence (Comte de) Pipes, a mark PRUSSIA, porcelain porcelain *52, 153 P.S PIROTE, potter 18, 19 P.T

214 49
8r

PIRKENHAMMER,

PUENTA DE PULL

165
81

R.A
Rabbit, as a

23
113, 115 (Girolamo), potter... 42 (j. B. Rubbeus) 24

pottery Porcelain, Oriental Porcelaine d'AngoulGme

POPPLESDpRF,
de de de de de de de de de

mark

99-141
179, 181

RAKKAKLLO
RAINEKIUS

Belleville Comic d 'Artois

172 ( Portugal pottery 177 HAITI (Affostino) i8r RAUENSTEFN, porcelain la Rcinc 178 RAUX, painter la Tour 163 RAVENNA, pottery Monsiinir 172 R.U "..76, 168, 187, ZQSJ Prince de Galles 180 R.C.P 180 PORTO (Oporto), pottery 49 53 RK Portraits 21, 28 RKED, pottr 224 PORTUGAL, porcelain 148 REGENSBERG (Kutisbon) 158 2ot pottery 53 RKGNIKK, painter POSSINGKR (N.), potter. 81, 88 RKiciiUMUAC'ii, potter 153 POTTER (Charles), potter 180 REID & Co., potters 216 POUH-LOT, painter 194 HEINE, poreduine de la 178 POULAINK (Duprg), potter 66 RKINIKK 95 POUPAUT (A.), painter 201 HKJOUX, painter cot POUPRES pottery 201 65 RKNAKD (lunile), painter PouYAT(J.J, potter 69, 377 RJCNDSBURG, pottery 85 P.P 57.6o RENNES, pottery 72 P.R 202 28, 43, 76, 177, Republican Epoch (Sevres)..,. 182, 184 PRAGUE, porcelain 153 REUILLY (Barricre de), porculain PREMIERES, pottery 74 177 PR&VOST, painter. 194 (Claude), potter 56 PRINCE GALLES, porceRKVIL, potter 179 lain 180 R.F 143, 182, 184
) ,

Due

180 1 79

RASNOUS (Nicolaus) KATISBON, porcelain

d'Orleans

R ATO

la Courtille

rimpe'ratrice

18 158 53 45 158 194 s>8, 29

DE

RVKKND

XXVI
R.F.D. porcellana

INDEX.
*4 8
38, 158 218, 219

ROUSSKL, painter

..194.

RG

ROUY,
R.R
R.R.I R.S

R.H. Worcester

pottery Royal Epoch, Sevres

202 f&
183

182,

RHIN (poterie du) RHODIANware


RICHARD

RHEINSBERG,

pottery

85

53
<)$

62 54
201

tf

(Emile), painter (Eugene), painter (Francis), painter (Joseph) .painter

R.T.C

"7

modeller

RIDGWAY

(Paul), painter (E. J.) and

202 RUBATI (Pnscjualf), potter 202 RuitKLLA, a pattern 202 RIJHKLLKS, pottery 144 RUCKINGKN, pottery 202 RUDOLSTAUT, porcduin
porcelain RussiNGKU, potter

H
200 7^
4

158
tf>.j

ABINGTUN,

RUSSIA,

i<"

209 (Job and Geo.), potters.... 209 and W.), potters 209 (J. MORLEV, WEAR & Co., 210 potters 26, 27 RIMINI, maiolica RING (Joseph), potter 229 RINGLER, potter 157 28 Rio BERTINO RIOCREUX (D^sird-Dcnis), painter 202 202 (Isidore), painter 37 Ripa Granni, Venice RL 76, 194
potters

177

K.V.A R.V.H R.X

<"

70. 2<;2

S.A SAMLK.K (John), potter & GUKKN, puuurb

14, 30, 38, 46, 68, grt, 152, ifia, i6y, 172, 177, 184, 210, 217, 2iH 07, 17-1

215 215
of

R.M
R.M.W. & Co

S.A.F 76,88 S.A.G.S 210 ST. AMAND-LKS-KAUX, por158 202 176 202 202 41 53 57, 66 194 224 224 206 231 8
celain

15
17.1

n
(J. F.),

painter (J. Gnspard), potter (Madame), painter (Pierre), painter ROCCO, of Castelli

ROBERT

pottwry

70,

ST. ST.
St.

ANTOINE
cda n
i

ANTHONY'S,

pottery

07 225
i ft i

(Kaubotirji), pnrT 77,


....

ROCHA SOARES,

ROCHELLE,
ROCHER,
ROGERS,
ware

ROCKINGHAM,
potter.

potter pottery painter porcelain

Barnaba, V<Miiee ST. (Sincony), poilery

ST.

CKNIS CLOUD,
DKNIS'

30 nH
io-j
=10

porce'lsun
(Kaulxjuri',),

pottery
jjoreci?H,

ST.

hiin

170 176 04

ST.
St.

IIONOkK

(l-aulu

por-

(Kate), artist ROLET, potter ROMA ALMA (1623) Roman (the), a sign ROMBALOOTTI (Hippolito) ROME, maiolica

Luc (Gildnl) ......................

50 ST. 94 ST.
16

MINIATKLLO,
QUIKICO,

tmiiolio,*.,..

I'Ji'J'KRSIUJRU, purcflain
niuicjlicn ...... !.'!?.'

ROQUETTE (Rue de
lain

50 ST.
porce-

la),

Ror

'

RORSTRAND,
ROSE, potter ROSELLI, painter ROSSET, painter Rossi

pottery

ST. U2KS, pottcrv ................... 177 ST. VliRAJN, puiicry .............. 77 SAINTJ-IS, pottery ................... 77 SAIN'I'-J^OY, fiiyencc ...............
8r

<*?

RosA(M.), potter Rose, as a mark

SAINT-LON(iK, fuvwv ..........

71

95, 218 217, 2t8


j.i

SAINT-OMKK,
SAMMMKNK

fjiycnai

............

SAlNT-l'ORCUAIkK,
SALlSliUKY,

puiuiiy..

Siiltitiiiiiidcr ............................

ROTHENBURG,

ROUEN,

potter pottery

194 53 160
59,

fAiulivoli), potter .....

54 4

pottery ............. ,. SAI.OMONK (GiroUmin), potic-r ..... SALON, painter ........................

INDEX.
SALOP,
pottery and porcelain 216, 217

XXV11

SALT, potter

208

SAN MINIATELLO, maiolica... SAN POLO, pottery SAN QUJRICO, maiolica SAN SEPOLCH RO (Citta Horgo)
SANS (William), potter SANSONT (M.), potter

SALVAGGIO (Guido) SANDKUUS (L.), potter

S.F.R S.G.I.B 18 S.G.P

SANTA CASA (Loreto)

SARGADELOS, pottery SARREGUEMINES, porcelain..


pottery pottery Savages, the two

94 S.H 43 SHARP & Co., potters 215 35 SIIARPIC, potter 215 34 SHAW (Alderman), potter 2or, 33 SHAVVJL (Ralph), potter 204 Shears, as a mark 51 66 SHELTON, pottery and porce210 lain 47 209, 225 51 SHERIFF HILL, pottery
175

153 38 40 194, 228 228

Shield

35, 38,

4.1,

45, 46, 55, 82,

SARUM,
SAVING

55 228

(G. P.),

of

Rome

SAVONA,
S.o

pottery Saxon blue china

94 50 45-47 212

84,147,152,155,156,158, 2oq, 210 a mark 207 Siiip, SIIOKK (Joseph), potter 22g 208 SiiottTiiosic, potier Shuttle;, a mark 4

SAXONY,
S.C.E

porcelain

6r, 05 Signatures 20 SlLliKKTAMKR (C. H.), paillUT. ... 155 SCEAUX PENTHIEVRE, porSILVANO (Francesco) 5 26 celain 170 SILVKSTKO DAGLIOTKINCI 16 of Castel Durante 71, 72 SIMONO, pottery 68 Sceptre 153, 155 S1NCENY, pottery SCHAFFHAUSKN, pottery 89 SINSSON, painter 194, 203

149- 1 51 56, 64, 68, 169, 187, 188

SIENA,

pottery

34, 35

95 S.K P'.), painter 203 S.1 SCHLAGGENWALD, porcelain 152 S.M SCHLESWIG, pottery 87 SMITH (John), Bassford SCHL1ERBACH, pottery 84 (William), potter ScnOiCLCJiKK, potter 179 S.N SCIIUADKK, painter 194 SNKVD (T.), j)otter 81 SOAKKS (Kochn), potter SCHRE1TZIIEIM, pottery SCHUMAN (M.), potter 153 SOLIVA, psiinter SCHWART/BKRG (Kndolstadi) 158 Soi.OMituiNO (L;ncadio)

ScwAPiiR (John), painter


V.'

81

Sioux, painter

SCMIEfD.

104 88

SCIIILT (L.

95
97, 210

SCHWETDNITZ, pottery SCHWERIN, pottery


S

84

Sor.oN-Mu.f-.s, artist

86

SOKKKNTINI,

jiainter

SCJOTT (Brothers), potters...?

cy

225 68
103
ib

SOUKOUX,

Seal stamps, Chinese

SKRASTINO MAKKOKIO

SOUTUALL, SOUTHWICK,
SPAIN,

potter pottery pottery

225 2^5 147 209 53 03 29 210 148 177 231 225

SEGOVIA,

pottery

53
57

S.P 30, SI'AANUONCK, potter


maiolica
porcelain

32, 72, 76, 170

94
51 53 1.17, 148

SJCIGNKS (facqu.es), potter

SEfNlE (La), porcelain 174 SEPOLCIIKO (Monjo San) 33 Si'KJtL SEPT FONTAINES, porcelain.. 164 S.P.M SEVILLE, pottery 51, 52 SEVRES, porcelain 182-203
date marks 185 marks of the manufactory S.R. 182, j85 s.s. ., marks of painters 186 203 S.S.D

(Widow), potter
(Josiah), potter a/id COIWLAND

150 211 211


34
194, 21
t

SKWKI.L, potter Sexagenary Cycle, China Japan

225 St 107 STAFFORDSHIRE, potteiy and 128, 129 porcelain 304-215

2^3 77

XXV111

INDEX.
o i 214
5'>

Stag's horn, as a mark 48, 143, 146, Star, as a mark Star, the white, a sign STEBNER, potter STEEL, potter STEN (H.), potter 78, 208, STEVENSON, potter

157 T.G.C 187 T.H &O, potters 95 TH.D 81 THEO DOR (Carl), potter 206 THEODORE, painter 166 THEVKNET. painter 228 THION, potter (Hue), porcelain and DALE, potters 207 and HANCOCK, potters.,.. 228 THOUARS, pottery STOCKELSDORF, fnyencc 79 THURING1A, porcelain STOCKHOLM, pottery 77 Ti N WORTH (George) artist 6, 163, STOCKTON-ON-TEES, pottery 225 TO Toi'T (Ralph), potter STOKE-UPON-TRENT, pottery and porcelain 2ti, 212 (Thomas), putter and MAY, potions Stone china air, 213 ware 207, 209-213, 229 TOMMNSON (William), potter 55 TOKTAT, potter STONE, potter 162 TOULOUSE, pottery Stork, as a mark STRALSUND, fayence 78 TOURNAY, porcelain pottery STRASBOURG, porcelain.... 175, 176 62, 63 TOURS, pottery pottery

154 195 nvS 65


17**

THIROUX

55 i5;

ajo
c::<;
-'<-M

zoj
saij

224 '3
7.?

i(V{
1

STRATFORD-LE-BOW,
lain

porce-

232 80 STROBEL, potter Sun, as a mark 46, 74, 169, 190 SUNDERLAND, pottery 225 S.V.E 95 S.W 203 SWADLINCOTE, pottery 215

Tower mark T.R TRACER, painter


Trefoil loaf.

9 73 66, 163, 170,234 59. *57


so.}

TKKCCHI, potter Tree, a mark

43 ^^7
i$<>

TRKMHL^ (Haron de), TREVISO, porcelain


pottery

potter

72
I.M aj

SWANSEA,
lain

pottery and. porce233, 234

SWEBACH,

SWEDEN,
lain

SWINTON,

painter porcelain pottery pottery

143, 154, 155, i^>, 167, Triangle 188, i8(^, VM 203 30, 3,14 166, 167 Trident T",t 77"79 TROMICRIJ (A.), potter

and porce161

TROU

(Henri), potter

56, \<>n

SWITZERLAND,
porcelain

fayence

224 TROYON, painter 89, qo Trumpet

43,

TUNSTALL,
TURIN,

Sword and anchor Swords crossed

S.X

232 149, 150, 151, 153 x6x, 163, 176, 227, 229 170

pottery porcelain pottery TL7RKKY, porcelain TURNKR (John), potter (Thomas), potter
(Williani), potter.

203 47 su>
144

tU>

214
sifi, 1:17

T
TJE

214
5^14

44, 88, 159, 169, 187, 203, 214

TABARY,

painter
painter.

195

and HANKS, potters TtruNou (Ralph), potter 48 Two-four mark

2<,| 22*;

TAILLANDIEK,
TARDI, painter

TALOR (William), potter TANDART, painter


T.B TEINIT2, pottery TERCHI (Antonio)
),

TAVERNES,

pottery
21.

TERENI (Gio. painter TERENZJO (Matteo)

(Bartolomeo)

195 204 195 195 V. 44, <*?' '44. *73. 69 V.A 73, Va 22, 44 U & Cn 83 55, 35, 38 VALKNCIKNNKS, fayence porcelain 35, 38 42 VAL SOUS MKUDON, polit-iy. 34 VAN BKKK (W.), potter

*7-l

148 144 175

67
174

60
94

INDEX.

XXIX

potter ........ 91, 94, 95 pottery .................. 69 VARSANNI, painter .................... 152 VAUTRIN, painter ..................... 195 VAUX, porcelain ...................... 173 VAVASSEUR, potter................ 61, 195 V.D ........................................ 195

VAN DOOKN,

potter

..................

DUYN, potter ................. HOOREN, potter ..............

MARUM,

MIDDLEDYK,

potter ............... potter ........

48, 74, 75, 87 94 Uncertain marks 167, 214,215 94 94 Unknown marks... .88, 89, 90, 145, 190 209 94 UNWIN, potter 55 94 VOIS1NLIEU, pottery

VAND, painter VAN DER BRIEL,


HAGEN,

........................

195

potter ........... 94, 95

VORDAMM,
VPA
V.R

VOLKSTED,

porcelain pottery

158

DOES, potter ................ 94, 95 VOYEZ, potter EVEN, potter. ............... 94, 95 V.P...;
potter. ............. 94, 95

84 207 70 48

WAERT,

23,154
16 1-8

VARAGES,

URBANIA, maiolica URBINO, maiolica VS a monogram VTBL. in


(,),

UT/SCHNEIDER, V.V.V

potter

V.D.G .................................... V.D.K .................................... V.E ........................................ VKCCUIO (F. Del), potter ...........
VEILLARD,

44 95 95

UZES

(Gard), pottery

48 35 55, 175 53 72
*..

41 174 ...................................... 38 VENGOHECIIEA, potter ............... 93 .............. VENICE, porcelain 144-146 pottery ......................... 35-38 VMRAIN (St.), pottery .............. 57

W
WA
WA ANDERS,
WALES,

VEN

potter

.....................

24, 76, 88, 144, 151, 153 l6l, 10 1, 203, 220, 222

potter

66 98
233. 234

pottery and porcelain

VERBURG,

potter ...................... 94 VERGILIO, potter ...................... 22 VERHAST (G.) .......................... 95 VERMONET, potter .................... 173

WALL (Dr. L), potter WAUJCNDOKF, porcelain


WALTER, WALTON,

220
158

VERONA,

maiolica ..................
potter
...................

VERSTELLE,

24 94
144

W.D W.DA

painter potter WARDURTON (Mrs.), potter

VEZZI (Francesco), potter ...... 144, 145

WE

V.F ..................................... 63,


VI AN A

203 206 207 96 49 153


152
20,;,

WEAR,
WKCII

V.II ...................................... 88,95 V.I 95

DE CASTILLO
porcelain
painter.

WEDGWOOD

(J.),

potter painter
(Jobiali), potter

mo

(Por-

VIC CENZA,
VIELLARD,

tugal), pottery

VIENNA,

porcelain ..................

VILAX (Miguel), painter ............. VILLEROY (Due cle) ...................

53 144 195 152

(Josinh),

younger

.,

(Kiilpli), potter.

205 224
224

&Co.,

WEDGWOODS,
ters

potters of Ycarsley,

pot-

VM

64 169

224
161

VINCENNES,
pottery

porcelain 170, 171, 182


.....................

..........................

WISKSP, porcelain WKGKLKY, potter 72 WKLHY, potter


WKSSKI. (M.), potter

153 8$
fl'i

VINCENT, painter

\TNEUF (Turin),

lot;

porcelain

.......

WKSTUEAD &

C!o., potters

57 03 95 VISTA ALLEGKE, porcelain.... 148 VFTEKBO, maiolica................. 29 V.L.E ..................................... 95 V.L.P. .................................... 95 V.M ....................................... 76 & Co., potters .................... 179

pottery (Nicholas), potter............ (Gnspnrd), painter ........... VISK.KR (Pint), potter .................

..........................

VIODK VIRKY

Wilful, asamark WniKM)ON, potter

WiiALLEy(J.). potter
82,

210 225
I.EJ'J.

si'j

WIIITKIIKAD, putter WII.LAND(J.), painter Willow pattern

210
155
2*10

WILSON,

poitar

208
potters.. 21. 171
\

and PROUHMAN,
Windmill, as a mark Wing of a bird

20

XXX
potters pottery WOLFE (T.), potter (Aaron), potter Enoch, potter (Ralph), potter

INDEX.
X ....................... T, XANTO (Frnnci'seo),
XAVIKU(L.
S.)

WlNTERGURSTS,

8l

30, 191, 192.

WiTTEBURG,

84 212

pmior .......

ComtcdelVovnin*

WOOD

and CALDWELL, potters... (E.), & Sons WOOI.KY, CHETMAM and, pot-

205 205 XiiROur-T, 205 X.O 206 206

Y
214

iW,
pciitoiy

WO RCESTER

ters

YARMOUTH,

187, If^O,

porcelai n

21 8-223

WORCESTER PORCKLAIN COMPANY WORENZOU & Co., potters WOUTHINGTON & CO., potturs....

YATKS and MAY, poitt-r.s YKAKSF-KY, poiirry


-aj
.'

223 YORKSIIlkK, potiVty 234 YVKKNKI., paiiUiT

W.K
W.P.C

209, 2tfi

95 2t8
pottery

/AfFlTI.KVKN

".

UM
5.5
i-;.t

W.R

WS
W.

WROTHAM,
S.

157 228 88

ZAKAUO/.A

(J<>h

dc), puinirr

..

&Co

XELL, potU'ry XKNKR OOMKNKJO, Vrimv..

.^\
}!;

W.T

WURTEMBERG, porcelain WURTZBURG, porcelain


W.V.D

225 XrcsciiiNfJKR, artisi 90 ZIISGLKR, potter 157 XSOLNAY, potter 155 XURICH, porcdain 95 pottery

53
H'^
i/,'i

uy

JKarfes antr
ON

POTTERY

Of

PORCELAIN

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

UUBINO.

UKWINO.

XVI
i

Century.

Fra Xanto Avcll da Rovigo.

'IJE44.

L7RKINO.

KA10LICA.

ITALY.

XVlfcntury.
ftMiid

on XmNflTa

Nuiii4>

HA UMWHU XVIUaHMT.

Jn
'

1532

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

ttfu
URBINO.

Guido Durantino.

U RHINO.

Guido Merlin o.

|>on|?eo

0-F-V

UJRMINO.

UK KI NO.

URBINO.

O)

>

^4 ^
!=-

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

n;

URBINO. XVI Century. Marks attributed to Onusio Kontana.

E.F.B,
UKIIINO.

UKBINO.

Flaminio Fontana.

A r

<

UK KINO.

UKIIINO, 1542.

UK ni NO,

[one
UKIUNO.

XVI

Ccnturv.

63,0

UKHINO.

XVI

tVntiiry.

MATOUCA.
n V*6ino 60 tiza ck
netfci,

ITALY.

Jrz n cefco

VRBINI
1606
URUINO.
Alfonso Patarumi.

U RHINO,

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

UK HI NO.

F.R
V;it;mnK/,i.

W
UK in NO.
URBINO.
Alfonso Patanazzi.

VrtiVi Pat ana


URDINO.
Patannzzi.

UKWNO.

Lnwi f tnmbiasi

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

URBfNO.

UKBINO,

1531.

URBINO.

URBINO.

L---FURIJINO, 1529.
IJRHINO.

MAIOI.K'A.

ITALY.

G
<

fl'MHlo.

M". (Jinnjio

AntlriMili, i^

UXRINO.

XVI

Century.

1C
URBINO
or

1^
?

FAKNXA.

Cesari Cnri

URBINO,

1773.

/'I&'-.N
&o^(piorjio aVc^ufi-i
,

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

Gtrimio.

1O

MAIOI-K'A.

ITALY

GUHHIO.

GUBBIO.

Maestro Giorgio.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

GUBBIO.

Maestro Giorgio, 1525.

V
OUHKIO.

MAIOI.ICA.

ITALY.

-M-6GUHHU).
o.

M". (iorjio?

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

Ff)d.TlO
.

mcpl\-o

.-p.
GUBBIO. GUBBIO,
1518.

M".

l?ercstino.

6
GUKBIO. GUBUIO.

M.

Percslino.

'52?
N
GUWHIO, 1535.

.N.

GiriiBio.

NG
GITHUIO.

JL
GUBMO.
M". Perestino.

Guuuio.

14

MAInLH'A.

ITALY,

if
(iuiiiiin.

M.A.I.M.
liPMUM.

XVI

<

Vntuiv.

(JAHRIKI.
<it i;|.|n

DA
X\"I
<

GUIJBIO.
Viitniy,

Cft'iiniM.

XVI (Vmury.

M". Salimbone.

XVI

Century.

A
(iuifiiio.

A
(iuiuiio.

XVI

Crntury,

fc
Guititin.

(JuitUln.

M". c'mio.

GUBUIO,

1540.

OUBBIO.

I
XVI
Century.

UHIUO.

C^rirocci,

'';il>ii

& Co,

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

in
i

faftb

o/x\
t/ctfaYfi

PESARO.

Maestro Gironimo.

Qcevone cA

-rulri

ufefe

U ttq

<J
n ck qtvof&rne

n.

/
PESARO, 1542.

PESARO, 1566.

OtA
PESARO.

PUKAKO.
Callcgari

&

Cassali.

Pietro Lei pinxit.

elkr-KJlysy.
PESARO?

CASTET. DUUANTE.
Giovanni Maria Vasaro, I2th Sept. 1508.

i6

MAIOUCA.

ITALY.

CASTKI, DURANTK.

Fcbastiano M.\rfnrio.

Sn&ftro
-it)

ft

C mob 6
XVI

(,*(i i^Mitf
M.
Simono.
Century.

CASTBL DUKANTK.

in

i'ASTKL

CASTKL DUKANTE.

XVI

Cuntury.

M.

Tirtro.

XVI

(Viiluiv.

FRANCESCO DURANTINO
VASARO.
1553. CASTKL DURANTE.
CASTKI. UTKANTK.
X\'l! <Vniuiv.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

CASTEL, DURANTE.

CASTKL DURANTK.

CASTEL DURANTF.

CASTEL DURANTE.

XVI

Century.

CASTEI, DUKANTE. Merchants' marks. XVI Century.

i8

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

CASTEL DURANTE.
PERUGIA.

GIOVANNI PERUZZl
DIPINSE,
1693.

CASTEL DURANTE,

AHH77
FAKNXA.
Nicolnus Orsini, 1477.

Y
di

NXA.

Andren

CASTEL DURANTE.

Bono,

uto/o s G*yCASTEL DURANTE.


FAENXA.

XVI

Century.

s.
CASTEL DURANTE.
FAENZA.

XVI

Century.

FAENZA.

Nicolaus dc Ragnolis, 1475.

FATOIN

EAEIS^SA

1NCAXAPIROTA
1525-

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

'9

FAENZA.
FARN/A.

XVI

Century.

Don

Giorgio, 1485.

XVI

Century.

FAENZA,

1525.

FAENZA.

XVI

Century.

FAENZA.

XVI

Century.

FAENZA

or PESARO.

2O

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

FARNXA

or PKSARO.'

FAICNZA,

XVI

Century.

o
FAKNXA.

FAENZA.

XVI

Century.

FAENZA.

FARNXA.

XV!

Century.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

Mcccccmv

FAKNXA,

1535.

FABNZA,

1520.

FAUNX.A.

XVI

Century.

FAKNZA.

XVI

Century.

MOM
1
4

'.\KN/A.

XVI

Century.

FAliNZA, 1482.

KAKNZA.

XIIII

BATMAN
FAKNZA.

XVI

Century.

FAUNZA,

1534.

22

MAIOUCA.

ITALY,

FAENZA.

XVI

Century.

FA EN/. A.

XVI

Century.

FAEN/A.

XVI

Century.

Nt

FAENXA.

MILLE CINQUE CENTO TRENTASEI A DI TRI DI LUIE

BALDASARA MANARA
FAENTIN FACIEBAT.
FAENZA,
1536.

FAENXA.

FAENZA.

XVI

Century.

FAENZA.

XVI

Century.

FATO NELLA EOT KG A DI MAESTRO VERGILLIO DA FAKNZA NICOLO DA FANO.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

23

FAENZA.

XVI

Century.

FAENZA.

XVI

Century.

FAKNZA

or ViiNicifi.

XVI

Century.

/I
FAF.NXA, 1525.

FAKN/A.

XVI

Century.

A ElslZA

FAENXA,

1546.

MAIOI.TCA.

ITALY.

FAKNZA.

Rainerius, 1575.

FA KM/, A.

VKRONA,

1563.

FAEN7.A, 1548.

DfRin-A.

CB
XVJ
.

Century.

f-DFAF.NXA.

XVI

Century.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

S~-

DIRUTA.

XVI

Century.

DIRUTA.
DIRUTA.

DIRUTA.

DIRUTA.

GV
XVI
Centur>-.

DIRUTA.

DIRUTA.

XVI

-i
Century.

DIRUTA,

1544.

DIRUTA.

26

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

a.
DlRUTA.

BAGNIOKEA.

1527.

j5
DIRUTA.

j
RIMINI.

XVI

Century.

XVI

Century,

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

O,

1
RIMINI,

XVI

Century.

IN

RIMING
IS3S-

FATO IN
ARIMINENSIS
1635FOUL
I.

XVI

Century.

FOKLI.

XVI

Century.

FORLI.

XVI

Century.

FORLI.

XVI

Century.

TOA-

ClCELERIS-SVE

DIOK I SI
RIO

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

*"*
1<\>KL1.

^><i#v -^^^
Leuchadius Solombrinus, 1564.

TKKVIHO, 1538.

VlTERBO,

1544.

IN

CHAFAGGIOLO
21

V
.

FATO ADJ

DI JUNIO

1590.

ClAKKAOlOLO.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

C cif cvlwjlq ^ \

CAFFAGIOLO.

XVI

Century.

CAFFAGIOLO.

XVI

Century.

CAFFAGIOLO.

c-o

1531.

CAFFAHIOLO.

CAFFAGIOLO.

XVI

Century.

CAFFAGIOLO.

XVI

Century.

CAFFAGIOLO.

XVI

Century.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

CAPFAGIOLO.

CAFFAGIOLO.

MDXIIII

CAFFAGIOLO,

1514.

CAPFAGIOLO.

XVI

Century.

si
CAFFAGIOLO.

XVI

Century.

CAFPAGIOLO.
CAFFAGIOLO.

XVI

Century.

IN

GAFAGIZOTTO.

MA1OUCA.

ITALY.

CAi'i-'AGiOLO (In. Galiano), 1547.

G
CAFFACIOLO,
1500.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

33

CAFFAGIOLO,

CALWAGIOLO,

1507.

CAKFAGIOLO.

1^649
BORGO
S.

SEPOLCHRO.

34

MAJOLICA.

ITALY.

SAN QUIRICO.

XVIII Crntury.

UP.
SIENA, 1542.
SiKNA.

XVI

C'cntnry,

TERENZIO ROMANO
"SIENA 1727.

BAR.

THERESE ROMA.
XVIII Omury.

SIBNA.

FR'
SIENA, 1510-1520.

: -

BERNARDIWUS.
IN. B.
S.

DK SIENA.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

35

TERCHI.
SIENA.

Bar Turc
Romano.
SIENA.

XVIII Century.

XVIII Century.

SHUN A.

F.

M. Campani.

F. C.
SIENA.

XVIII Century.

BAR. TERCHI.
SIKNA. SIENA.
Fcniinando Campani.

ROMANO

XVIII Century.

XVIII

Cent.

VENICE.

Circa 1530.

ZENER DOMENIGO DA VENECIA FECI IN LA BOTEGA AL PONTESITO DEL ANDAR A SAN POLO.
1568
VENICE,
1510.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

f
VKNICK.

VKNICK, 1543.

VF.NICE

(at St.

Barnabas), 1542.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

37

VENICE,

1593.

c
VlCNlCK.

VENICK.

XVII

Century.

VRNICR.

Circa 1760.

VKNICK.
Established 1753
;

ceased 1763.

VENICE.

Circa 1760.

MAIOLTCA.

ITALY.

VKNICK.

VKWCE.

XVIIT Ct-mury.

Venice (Garofalo).

Circa 1766.

VKNICIC.

XVIII

Ccntiirv.

VENICK. VKNICK.
Circa 1700.

XVII

Century.

UASSANO.
VKNICIC.

XVII Century.

XVIII

Century.

jB

Te r c
XVII

-1

VENICE.

Circa 1750.

BASSANO.

Century.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

39

Delia fabrica di Gio Bait* Antonibon nelle nove di Decen


1755NUVK.

b
PADUA.

UC

XVI

Century.

P.P.EL
FLOKKNCE.

XVII

Century.

NOVE.

Antonibon, circa 1730.

'

ove>.

NOVE.

Circa 1805.

.NICO

lEJI
CANDIANA.

XVII

Century.

PADUA.

XVI

Century.

A.

PADOAJ<
1564.

C-E

BAT
CASTKI.I.I.

FLOKENCK.
XVIII Ceuiury.

Attributed to

FLORENCE. Luca della Robhia.

CASTELLI.

XVIII Century.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.
ff JPapoli.

\t-sS
CASTELLI.

CASTKLLI.

XVIII Century.

iOSNESGRVS FECIT
CASTELLI.

CASTELLI.

TJhorins Gruc, circa 1750.

XVIII Century.

W.

tfranc. S4nf. <8atf.

CASTELLI.

XVIII Century.

grue
CASTELLI.

9.

Circa 1730.

CASTELLI.

Saverio Grue, circa 1780.

CASTELLI.

('ASTELLI.

Saverio Gruc, 1780.

CASTELLI.

Circa 1730.

JL s

CASTELLI.

Saverio Grue; died 1806.

CASTEI.LI.

CASTELLI.

Saverio Grue, circa 1780.

CASTELLI.

Circa 1750

died 1776.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

Math.
CASTELLI.

S&oselli fee.

XVIII Century.

CASTELLI.

CASTELLI.

CASTELLI.

Carlo Cocoorese, 1734.

J_vc-Ajtt?Ci
CARTKLLI.

NAPLES.

NAPLRS.

XVI I

Century.

If

FD.V
N.
NAPLES.
F. Del Vecchio.

H. F
NAPLKS.

XVII

Century.

XVII

Century.

42

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

NT
NAPI.KS.

XVIII

Crntiiry.

*N
NAPLISS.

F. dr

C. Colonnesc

Naples.
XIX
Century.

XVIII

Century.

Looi.

NAPLKS.

B 6
XVII
Century.

Loui.

XVIII CVnturv.

B.C
NAPI.KS.

Loni.

XVIII Cenuu-y.

XVII

Century.

GIJROLAMO

PECIT
-f

PO

NAPLES.

XVIII Century.

MONTKI.UI'O.

rs
NAPLES.

Dipinta Giovinale Tereni da Montelupo.


XVII
Century.

XVIII Century,

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

43

bEkNANQ-IN-SAWN/ATELO

DIACINTO

MONTI Dt
AIQKTECYPO s s wx v
'
S\.\>

GYGN'O*
SAN MINIATELLO.

MONTELUPO,

1663.

XVIII Century.

MILAN.

XVIII Century.

Pasquale Ritbati
Mil".
MILAN.
XVIII Century.

MONTELQPO.

XVI

Century.

MONTliLUPO.

7
MILAN.
XVIII Century.

MONTKLUPO.

^iA itano
XVIII Century.

MILAN.

XVIII Century.

44

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

G&&TAPAGLIA
tiljr_ji
1

./""fr < i

* /V

/yv\/ r"\*

JT^A 4

f A
Mir. AN.

TURIN.
.

XVIII Century.

XVUT

Trntury.

DO
ViNKn-.
(Turin.)

^rI^.^N.

XVITf Cnntnry.

^Xo ^

177
TUKIN.

Ai-o

^77
TUKIN,
1577.
"I'UKIN.

TURIN.

XVIJI

c'cntury.

TUN IN.

XVII

Century.

Laforest en

Savoye
1752.
TURIN.

XVII I

Century.

TUKIN.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

45

J Ho TOCt7 *_>lfft$Se lW
*

errcmenjec
FERRARA.
XVIII Century.

GENOA.

XVI II

Century,

GENOA.

XVI II

Century.

GENOA.

XVIII Century.

SAVON A.

XVIII Century.

GENOA.

XVIII Century.
SAVONA.
XVIII Century.

S.A.G.S.
SAVONA.

XVIII Century.

GENOA.

XVIII

Century.

db
c-c
GENOA.

SAVONA.

XVIII Century.

B-L
XVI II
Century.

AGOST1NO RATTI
SAVONA.
SAVONA.

1720.

46

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

SAVON A.

XVIII Century.
SAVONA.

XVIII Onturv.

SAVONA.

XVI II

Century.

SAVONA.

XVIII Contnrv.

S
SAVONA.
XVIII Century.

F
SAVONA.
XVIII Century.

SAVONA.

XVIII Ccnturv.

SAVONA.

XVIII Century.

SAVONA.

XVIII Century.

\b<
SAVONA.

XVIII Century.

SAVONA.

XVIII Century.

GS
SAVONA.

XVIII

Century.

SAVONA.

XVIII Century.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

47

SAVON A.

XVIII Century.

SAVON A.

XVIII Century.

Jacques Borrelly, Savonne,


1779, 24 Septembre.
ESTE.

ESTE
G.
XVIII Century.

I
SAVON A.

PRESBYTER ANTONIUS MARIA CUTIUS PAPIENS1S PROTHONOTARIUS

ANNO DOMINION
PAPI^E
1695.

APOSTOLICVS FECIT
1695.

JVB ovK^lu Inuerit


LORETO.
SAVONA.

PA vi A.

CON-POL-DI-SCASA
XVII
di

Century.

(Con polvere

Santa Cnsa.)

Di

PAVIA.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

Uncertain Marks.

CARLO ANDROVANDI

IE 8

AEA:
i.

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

49

15-47

E:

ff.

S.

MBB
-ArD-P-

AC.

-CA

&A

T638 S. S. 1760

MAIOLICA.

ITALY.

DJOMEDE

/FATTO' 7
A.

JROMA' Gfc

X5

ROMIC, 1600- 1623.

MAIOLICA.

SPAIN.

SPAIN.

HISPANO-MOKKSCO.

HiSPANO MOKESCO.
(Ill"-

Sig*.

XVI Century. Cardinal D'Este In Roma.'


HISPANO MORKSCO.

XV Century.

UISPANO MOKESCO.

XVI

Century.

SARGADELOS (Modern).

XIX

Century.

XVII

Century.

T)
UISPANO MouKSCi).

XVI

Century.

SKVILLK (Modern).

XIX

Century.

52

MAIOLICA.

SPAIN.

SicviM,K (Modern).

Al-C'ORA.

rickman & Co.

XIX

Century.

P.UION

RKTIRO.

Established 1769.

SKVIM.K.

Pickman.

XIX

Century.

AI.CORA.

XVIII Century.

Sit VIM. 1C.]

AI.OIKA.

'Of Jose de

Zaragosa

f~

j~-j,

ALCUKA.

MAIOLICA.

SPAIN.

PORTUGAL.

53

IIAGJ
LisnoN,

XIX

Q
Century.

CAGDAS PORTUGAL
SEGOVIA (Modern).

XIX

Century.

CALDAR.

M.

P.

PORTO.

PUENTA DE

ARZOBISl'O.

COIMBRA.

MALTA

(Modern).

XIX

Century.

FABRICA DE MASSARELLOS.

VIANA DE CASTKM.O.

RATO.

54

FAYENCE.

FRANCE.

PERSIA.

tw

FRANCE.

OD
OIRONT (Henri II Ware). XVI Cent. Now termed SAINT POKCIIAIKK.

FAYENCE.

FRANCE.

55

(I

Lrd*iTi&

OIRON (Henri

II

Ware).

XVI

Cent.

S
ENGLEFONTAINE.

SARGUEMINES.
OIRON.

XVII

Century.

Utzchneider, established 1770.

IP.S'

VOISINLIEU.

Ziegler, established

1839-

LYON.

BEAUVAIS.

XVI

Century.

CREIL.

BEAUVAIS.

XVI

Century.

CHOKY.

56

FAYENCE.

FRANCE.

H
CHO/SY
ROf
Cuoisv.
PARIS.

XIX

TD
Century.
T, Dock.

PU LL
OR

T
ST. Cr.oun.

C
Trou, 1722.

Pull.
PARIS.

B. V.
PARIS.

iQ

($
PARIS.

XIX
F. Briot.

Century.

Victor Barbfcrt.

XVI

Century.

OLIVIER

A PARIS.
PARIS. PARIS.

XIX

Century.

Lrssore.

PARIS.

XVII

Century.

Rdvlrcnd.

PARIS.

XIX
vc
-

Century.

Lessore.

V DUMAS
66 rue Fontaine-au-RoL
PARIS.

XIX

Century.

H. Pinart.

PARIS.

I.D.

U ewg
PARIS.

XIX

Century.

A. Jean.

PARIS.

XIX

Century.

J.

Devers.

FAYENCE.

FRANCE;

57

PARIS.

POITIERS.

.c
*
AVON.

XVII

Century.
ST. VERAIN,

AVON LES FONTAINEBLEAU.

16*4;
NANTES.

P.P
N.D.
NEVERS.

XVII

Century.

N. Viode.

SAINTBS.

XVII

Century.

J-B
LA ROCHULLK.
XVII

NEVERS.
Century,

Jacques Seigne.

FAYENCli.

FRANCE.

HB
NICVKKS.
II.
j
l

.orne.

NKVKKS.

JS

orne
NKVKKS.

NEVERS.

XV11

Century.

NIOVKKS, 1602-60.

NKVKKS.
NKVISRS.
J.

Hourdu, 1802-20.

1636
NKVKKS.
1).

Le

evrc, 1636.

1650-1672.

NKVKKS.

FAYENCE.

FRANCE.

59

Q//
NEVKRS.

XVII

Century.

**
NEVERS.

M. MoNTAitiNON.

NEVF.RS.

Claude Bigourat,
1764.
NEVEKS.

T?

MARXY, near NKVRRS.

F.

R.

1734-

NEVERS.

Pmc

A ROUEN
1542

NEVERS.

ROUEN.

XVIII Century.

Brumeut
1699.
NEVERS.

ROUEN.

6o

FAYENCK.

FRAN Civ.

o
ROUKN.

XVII Century.

ROUKN.

XVI

II

Century.

ROIIKN.

XVIII Century.

ROUKN.

ROUKN.

XVJ1I Century.

ROUKN.

XVI II

Century.

GJR.
ROUKN.
Guillebaud.

KOUKN.

R
I

XVIII Century,

XVIII Century.

D
ROUKN.

IN
ROUKN.

XVII Century.

XVlIf Century.

A-

ROUEN
iy2^
-

PAR

PAanlPP
ROUEN.
XVIII Century.

ROUKN.

FAYENCE.

FRANCE.

6l

Signature of

Lc Vavasseur
ft 1743-

Signatures of Guillebaud in 1730.

Signatures of Claude Borne.

/
17***

1790
Signature Initials of

tfN.J.
Bdlenger> 1800.

P. Caussy,
1

720.

&R

PA

J.

The above signatures occur on specimens of Rouen fnyencc.

62

FAYENCE.

FRANCE.

NlDERVlLLRR.
Beyerltf, established 1760.

NIDKKVII.T.KR.

Custinc.

XVI II

Cunt.

NlUKKVlLLKK.

CuStlllC.

NlDKKVIM.KK.

NH
Cuslilio.

XVIIICciH.

c/V?
NlDliUVIIJ.KK.

CHATEAU D'ANNKT.

XVII

Century.

STKAMJOUKC.

HannoiiRf.

XVI TI Com.
STKASUOUIU;.

HaiiuonjLj.

XVI11

C.'cnl.

UK,
STRASHOUIUJ.
.1.

Harmony.

XVIII Century.

J.

Ilannong.

XVIII

C!ctitury.

FAYENCE.

FRANCE.

BLOIS.

XIX

Century.

BLOIS.

>*N

H
w
H
STRASBOURG,

eo

5-liryf.

M(^USTIERS.

Established 1698.

M-C-A

Ca

64

FAYENCE.

FRANCE.

/ &

MOUSTIERS.
Various Potters,

XVII and XVII I

Centuries.

MOUSTIKKS. XVIJT Century. Marks of Olcry with IViinter's Initials.

M-t

MOUSTIKKS.

Olcry.

irs'i'jFKS, 1778.

FAYENCE.

FRANCE.
;-.=,,

JN
MOUSTJERS.
Guicharcl, potter.

77iio?i

a Moustiers.

Antoine Guichard,
de Moustiers, 1763,
le

10 ^Tl^
XVIII Century.

MOUSTIEKS.

Other Potters.

SoP
The signature of Ftraud.

, a,

t&
MOUI.INS.

XVIH

Century.

I'OIJPKKS.

Circa 1750.

66

FAYENCE.

FRANCE.

efirI*A

TOUR

n'Air.tTKs,

APT.

EM.
MOUI.INK.
Potter

and

Painters'

Names.

Gour/r.

Claude

Pelisie,

1726.
V,\r,-.sous-TMiarnoN,

173-4,

-Af.

Sansont,
1738.

R
MAYANS,

VAI^SOUS-MKlinON,

M
ARDUS.

near ROCHKLT.G.

VAL-SOTTS-MKUIJON. Mrtonhoff and Mourot. XVITT Century.

MONT AU HAN.

DP
DKSVKJ-:.

XVTII Century. DupnS Poulainc.

MONTAUIiAN.

ST. OMKK.

FAYENCE.
"

FRANCE.

67

Fait par moi


Foy."
S.MNTR-FOY.

Laroze fil$) a Sainte-

B,

Sb
VAT.KNCIKNNKS.

V'AI.KNCMCNNKS.

6V.

Avi and
ri&r.

departeman du

oC
VAI.KNCIKMNKS.

ST.

AMAND,

Established 1750,
it/.,

poltcr.

A
A3

^3

tf

ST.

AM A NO.

68

FAVENCK.

FRANCE.

ROUY.

cV

SINCKNY.

Pellcvtf.

XVIII Century.

S.c.u.
m,ousteur
truccav/

B.T.
Si NCI-: NY.

s-

5PfLVE

LJLC'

WJD
1

AP
$
Tfl
3 Initials of J. T^ccrf. of A. Daussy. 2 Initials

of Jos. IVdcau. Monogram 4 Mark of GluiTI.

of L. Mu\'n;it,
5

Jnitiiils

FAVENCE.

FRANCE.

69

I
BORDEAUX.
Lahens and Ratcau,
MONTI'KLIKR.
1826.

Le Vouland.

XIX

Century.

LIMOUKS.

i
J.

Pouyat, 1830.

X
VA RACKS.
XVIII Century.

J74J
LlMOGKS.

faite a Martres 18 Septembre,


1775MAltTUKS.

>

s
TAVKRNES.
Circa 1760.
Gaze.

MARSEILLES, established

1607.

;o

KAYENCE.

FRANCE.

*
MAUSKILI.KS.

R-XM.AKSKII.I.I-S,

XVIII Century.

V
MARSEILLES.

XV III

Century.

MARSEILLES.

v
MARSBII-I.KS.
Vi-uve Pcirin.

MAK.SKILLKS.

MAKSKIK.LES.
J.

Robert.

XVIII

Century.

MAKSRILIJCS.

FAYENCE.

FRANCE.

B
MAKSICII.LKS.

Ronndby.

M A KSK

I.LUS.

Fauchicr.

MARSEILLES.

XVIII Century.

MARSEILLES.

MANKKDK.

CrJSRMONT-FKRRANO.

SAINT-LONGE.
SAINT-LONG KS.
CLKRMONT-P'ERRAND.

CLERMONT.
CLERMONT.
MlCILLONAS.

Pidoux 1765
^ Miliona.
MKII.LONAS.
SfJiAUX.
Glol, 1775.

FAYENCK.

FKANCK.

SP
SCEA
t r

la

R
XVIII (Vnturv.

OP
fc

x- PKNTI

1 1

VK K.

C-I.A-KKINK.

Established 1753-1795.

RKNNKS.

UXKS.

XIX(Vnturv.

1'idion.

Castiliion.
CASTII.IION.

P. B.C.
NISMKS.

XIX

rVntttry.

I'lanlitT, Huiu'oiriiiil

&

Co.

A.D.T.
RUIIKLI.KS, 1856.

Damn

.CL/^XCU
APKRY.
Established
cl,

c.
1

Huron

J)

A prey.

1750 by

H
VINCKNNKS.
Hannong.

MATHAUT.

XVI II

Cent.

OKI.KANS.

XVIII Century.

FAYKNCE.

FRANCE.

73

j**
Tnm.orrsK.

may /; $6.
XVI II
Century.
MONTI-:T.
Laurjorois.

XIX

Century.

USK.

Fouc|uex,

Arnoux & Co.

TOURS.

V. Avisseau.

XIX

Century.

QUIMPIOR.

Hubnudiire, 1809.

ai.83ea.tL-

TOURS.

2
QuiMi'KR.

XVI

TOURS.
Century.

Landais.

XIX

Century.

II

jL

Cousts b
a

CH. de BOISSIMON et Cie. LANGEAIS INDRE & LOIRE.


LANUKAIS.

LOVTS^LTAVTE
TOURS.
J established

1770.

74

FAYENCK.

FRANCE.

CASAMKNE, BKSANCON.

PRKMIKKES.

Lavalle.

XIX

(.Vntury.

Uncertain Marks*

GIKN.

AcJ
ALEX
1724

.7:AlIiot

Q^O
PKKMIERES.
Lavalle.

XIX

Century.

FAYENCE.

FRANCE.

75

ean

e cjer
/

eur

T730
NicoLasHY 1738

(The reference numbers

refer to

Large Edition, vide pp. 260,

261.)

F AVENGE.

SWEDEN

DENMARK.

77

SWEDEN. DENMARK.

-^
STOCKHOLM.
Established 1726.

/2
ROUSTKAND & R R ST R .\ N
STOCKHOLM.
A. Kalilslrom, pain lor. Korstrand.
I ),

1 769.

^iu
STOCKHOLM.
IX Hillberg, painter,

KKO, 1764.
Ehrenrcich, Director.
TVantxen, painter.

78

FAYENCE.

SWEDEN

DENMARK.

^4 68

STKAI.SUNTX

ICbreurcich, 1770,

MAKJKisKK'f;.
Sten,
I

XVIII Century.
Director.

tt

STKALSUNU,

1768.

Hcrvcghr, painter.

63
STRAI.St?NI), 1768. Klircnrcicli, Director.
Kitfr,, 1769.

Buchwald, Director. Leihammcr, painter.

FAYENCE.

SWEDEN

DENMARK.

79

iteO
c

j]

r^fy
KIEL.
Circa 1770.

STOCKELSDORF.

AECKERNFORDE.

GTTSTATSBERG-

XVIII Century.
GUSTAFSBERG,
1820.

HELSINBERG.
XVIII Century.
KUN1SRSBKRG,

FAYKNTK.

C.KRMANV.

GERMANY.

i7z
BAYKKUTII.

XVII (Vmury.
Nl
Kl.MIIKK'it.
(

illliT,

HAVKKUTII.

XVFII Century.

BJ
H
BAYKI.UTII,

Ni.'Ki- MIII- HI;.

Strnln'1.

XVIII (Vntury.

Anno
HUMTCII.

/2Q.

Nuremberg.
XVITI
r\.|jlury.

Sladt Nuremberg
1724.
S/rofcl.
Nl'UI
1

Mill-

l.'i,.

1s,

17

Hans Kmnt
1573.
Nl'lil MUI',1
1

',.

XVII

<

'iMltliry.

I'nlln's

M.lllli'.

rSYKM-K.

CKUMANV.

8i

A3.
K*t
rt

fs&
TJT

fsB'/
t

1771

JT
i;*,,

ir

MM

XVIII

<Viiturv.

:R*
[).r^
G.

X
Manjack fecit PROSKAU.
I'KOSKAU.

GOGCJINGMN, HAVAKIA.

XVIII

Cent.

RoSa
irn,
H,

HAVAKIA.

XVI1F Century.
POPIJ LESDORF.

loh Schaper.
IlARHUKG.

XVIII Century. M. Wessel, potter.

A
Si,iiKKrrx.niciM,

H5CHST.

Established by Gelz, 1720.

I'-AYKNCE

AND

GRES.

(JERMANV.

XVIII Conlnrv.
AlCNSTAl'T.

IIOuiST. XVIII

Vnimy.
AKNs'iAhT.
XX'III
'

Vutury.

IIOcnsT.

XVIII

rvmm

A.N.

D
IHiniST.
Dahl.

XIX

CVnturv.

M
t
MAYKNf'K ?

MoKAVIA.

FIMIII.

XVJI1

<

Vnmrv.

KKANKKNTHAI,,
I'aul iiinl J.
1

liit

H
DlKMSTKIN.
KttANKKNTllAI
.

H.iMlHtii'.'.

FAYENCE.

GERMANY.

83

FRANKENTHAL,
Paul and
J.

IjSi
1754.

Hannong.

TI.H
FLORSHEIM.

TLINITZ.

XVIII Century.

ZKLL.

FONFKIRCHEN.

al

NEUHALDENSLEBEN.

84

FAYKNCE.

GERMANY.

AMKKKC.

SCHLIKKDACH.

(JKUNSTAI)T.

KoNN.

Wi'lTKlJUKC,

KONIGSTKUTKN.

ROCKINC.KN.

SCUWKIDNIT/..

OKKKNIIACMI, 1739.

ANN A mi IK;.

lldKNKKKC.

VOKDAMM.

FAYENCE.

GERMANY.

KH

KlIKItfSBKRG.

KKUJNGTUTSKIST.

DANTXIC.

GROHN.

LESUM.

ILMKNAU.

RKNDSBURG.

NEUFRIEDSTEIN.

86

FAYENCK.

GERMANY.

GRAKKNKODA.

tx/cr
DOKNIIKIM.

KlSKNACM.

7
o
MKISSKN.

A MUNI
II

I.

MINDKN.

JKVF.R.

FAYENCE.

GERMANY.

4
SCHLKSWIG.
.

Uncertain Marks*

A. F.
1687.

GHEDT

CB
17T)

A'B
1638

G-C-P.

1730

88

FAYENCE.

GERMANY.

TABLE OF

UNKNOWN GERMAN

POTTERS' MARKS.
19

H.H
10

M
H

a/r

28

T.
20

A p
Pf.

6
N-

9o

VH
3

B
S
HI,

"
23

31

t
PhL

.K.

M
a

R-R
16

25

HV

NO
:

XK

H
i-

"

HN
37

"

ORES.

SWITZERLAND.

89

SWITZERLAND.

ZURICH.

Schaphuysen Genrit Ruers.


.

SCIIAKKIIAU.SKN.

XVI

Century.

HU BERTS BRRG.
MUNSTKK.

Unknown Marks.
F. T. 1559.

H V G.

if 89
B. V. 1574.

K
MKTTLACII.

R. 1598.

L.

W.

1573.

QO

CUES.

SWITZERLAND.
1

FAVKNCK.
J3.

BKr.GIUM.

M. G.
L.

586.

M.

W.
T.

W.

R.V.H r
i 1
1

C'oI.tnlNK.

OlVS.

X\'I

V'MtUI'V.

M. O.
II
I.
.

W.

E.

I.

R. 1588.
1586.
COL<K;NK.

4Fayi-nm.
\ t.

M. G.

XVI

1
1

(>uuiy.
.

M.

CrciniT,

jMitii-i

BELGIUM.

HKUSSI;I.S.

KAYENCE.

BELGIUM.

BRUSSKI.S.

LUXEMBOURG.

Boch.

Estab

rl -

1767.

ANDHNNKS.
A. Vander Waert.

XIX

Century.

LUX&MBOUKG.

B.

ANDENNKS. Lammens. XIX

Century.

ccc
6
.

CP.
LUXKMHOUKG.

XVI II

Ccnturv.

1-p
BKUOKS.

TOUKNAY.

XVIII

CViiturv.

LILLE.

FAYENCE.

BELGIUM.

LlI.LR.

LIT.LK.

F. Boiisscnmrt.

LIT.I.K.

Rnusscmart.

N A
:

DOREZ
1748.
LILMV..
.I

LI, i-:.

Dorez.

LlI.LK.

TJM.K.

CAMBRAY.
LlM.K.
Fecit

I'iiintors'

Marks.

Kst:il) ll>

tRuo.

IACODUS FICBVRTKR,
Insulis in Flanclria,

Anno
Pinxit

1716.

MARIA STEPHANUS BORNE Anno 1716.


LILLE.

FAYENCE.

BELGIUM

HOLLAND.

93

T 1
LILLE.

P
Honda.
XVIII Century.

HOLLAND.
Gaberil Vengobechea
HOUDA.

Otto

756
HAMBURG.

Ghemaeckte tot Belle Jacobus Hennekens anno 1717,


and
inside

BAILLEUL.

AMSTMKDAM,

1780.

H.

Van Laun.

94

KAYliNCK.

DELFT.

LIST of POTTERS, with dates of election to the Gild of St. Luc.


Gerrit Hermans/, 1614. Isaac Jimius, 1640.

I)K DKIK.
51.
U'itial inaik (ilnct:

KUIKKKN.
Ill-Its),

Albiechidu
Juit Gerrits

tf7.

ICei/er, 1642.

Van

cler

Hoove, 1649.
5^,

PK KCIMKVN.
Keinicr
Iltiy, i'/i,
cli.ir.iLK-i'..

Meynaert Garre brants;;, 1616. Quiring Alders Kleynoven, 1655. Frederick Van Frytom, 1058. Jan Sickus Van den Monk, i"5o.. Jan Aricns Van Hamnicn, xooi. Aujjiisiijn Kcyuens, 1603.
'

SV Japanese
5(1.
1

54. J,I|).UK-SC <:liar.n:l<-rs.

Virus V.m M, \iiiiu,

\?ty).
i7<"'.|.

57. Jnli.intu's V.in d"t


Dl*.
,1

Kl'.ui,

Jan

Jan.s FLiitick, 1602.


inTr.!.

PuKi M.I'.VNK I'LK'.MKS.


(
i.

"acob Cornells/,

.fe 'illein

Klel'lijns,

io6j.

Arij Jan.s Pict Vixuer, 1752.

du Mildc,

55. 'J'liparlilc in.irk of J, 11 uh .iiid Adi

'ornrlisdo
in
f

Kfiwrand
it<ti\).

'yn.if

ko,

1058,

50.

Aihtan I'yn.u-kei, ><;',

Gysbcrt Veibaast, i7<io. A rend de Hank, 17^0.


Seine, 1079. Pioler Pmilissc, logo. Lucas Van Uale, toqa. Cornells V:in ler Kloot, 1695.
1

UK UK IK AMMNM.N.
f'io.

>irk

Van

(J.

CM.
rta.

Kain, Facinry mark.


I

'irlci s

i''7-(.

/J.u;li.ri,di l*c-xlra,

17^1.

6,1.

Ifcmliii;!;

Van

IJoutn, r/so<
IliiTI
t..

Jan

Itaan, 16' o.
f-.\,

J)K PoKt I-.I.KV.MK h<


Jnli.iniir
\'.in
.

Jan J)ecker, itiyH. Arij Cornells Uronwer, 1009.


25. I^eonardns nf Amsterdam, 1721. 26. l^iulus Van dur Slroonii 1725.

Pmiii'i, rr.'5I'tiijn,
i7'i>.

0^ Jan
Tin
fiH.

DJC
27. 28.
29. 30.

MKTALK

POT.
ioy;

a ii(l 67.

Kacltiry tnail't,
i

Jeronimus Pinters Van Kessel, Lambertns Cleflius, 1678.

Hiick V.tn drv !>?".,

'7'c >',,

Lamb.irtns Van Kmliuuin, 1091. Factory mark.


J)K CilCIKlvSK A.

ti<h

F.u'tory mark, ifr/;

7V''I '!.!!!..
',
1

DlC PoKi KI.I'VKT


70. Juliannr-i
71,

31.

32.
33. 34. 35. 30.

J.ainbreclit Kruylc, 1645. S.inuu'l Van J'/entioorn, 1^74. Adriamis Ivocks, 1(187. Jan Van dor Henl, 1701. Jan Theunis liextra, 1759. Jacobim Haider, 1705.
(iislji'eiiht
J)|-;

Knotirr,

iCn;
I

Piflrr V;in Moiirnr,


I 'r.

',>>.

Si AH.
*(>,?>.

7. 7>
74,

I .n'tni'v C.iinrli-,

l%

m.nk. dr Urn;,
1

l)l_!HIIM.t)l-;

SCIII-'NKICAN.

37.

1''ar:lory inai

( I).

S. K,).

., 17.11. J.IM JU'.IUs dr I'.rt j'., t7vj. 70. Ah'-ilii'. Kirll, r/c. |.

A.dmr

y"f

j8. 39.

Amlin-nsiu Van
J^onis
l
(

Kfisi-l, 1075.
idtitj,

'icioor,

40.

Hendrik de Koninj;,

17^1.

77
'

7* !,

and
Mi.

and

7 F.n'lmv in. irk -i, ifti. F'.ml Van dc:i |;nrl, .74...
(

41. 42.
43.

Factory mark. MatliKUS Van Hoepart, 1734.

8,\
ii.).

Hundrik Van Middeldyk,

1704.

Fa'(ory ni,rk, i''}'|. Mailu-n. Van t!o;;a^it,


Pirtcr Vpiluiri',

UK PA AW.
44.

f>4.

Factory mark, 1651.

J)K

TWKK

Wit prat AN-..


171
j

T'OUUK MOKIAANS
45.
4t>.

HoKJ-T.

Hg.

\ViltcmVan

l!r:rt:,

171,.!.

Rnchiis Jfacob.s

Ilujiptisleiii, i6tlo.
fJ6,

I>K TWII.K Si

nii-rji-'i.

47.

Antotii 'Kntisvve^, 1740. Geertrnij Vcrstclte, 17^4.

Anlliotty Pcuni

*,

7',g,
4

T'JlNr;rK MKI.AAN
K7.

'i

Hoi

Dli Kl.AKW.
48.

Jobannr-i Vcrli;|jon,
1)1'.

Lambertus Sandei us

tyytt

1764.
I/AMl'J'.

Dn
49.
50.

I'KAN.

PJU^T.

H8.

Dirk Van der Kcst, 169^. Juliannes den Ajtpel, 1759.

(Jf-nit I'irunwci', 17.^0.

8g.

Abiatn Van dcr Krol. 17^.. Jjc.Continued about il!i

t.

LV)
2/

C V<
1719
Tfl

1731

VH
g
HVCJfS
.6,8

S
171;

THART
'

3
'

''

THF

JV>H

Z.'DCX
$0

H
-

ft

"A
"ISK
1
'.

VK
"
3o

nrJp

/K
/,

omfxrt

v
i

L.5
RooS

;oc

IVH
/t
^

172 8

G V<stii0 a.*?

06

JvPH
ITD

GB
et Jan

2L

igv

&

1791

96

FAYENCE.

DELFT.
C. Zachtlcrcn Fa,

1650.

J.Y.J:
IXV.X-I
AS,

'773

ATB A *a
A/

'77*

GOG
'779

t*I>P
I.G.V
H.S.T
V\AD.

FAYENCE.

DELFT.

97

HvS
I

&

D
M.Q.
R.T.C
A.1,1663
.

S M.

H;

B FS

98

FAYENCK.

DELFT.

Heindering Waandcrs
iy8t.

R
ft*-!

HX
M

PDNX^T
J/00

PORCELAIN.

CHINA.

99

CHINESE DYNASTIES.
(READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT.)
Tnng~han*
A.D. 25. Hoit-han.
A.D. 947.

Hou-kan.

Hoii-chao.

1
^1

Tsiit.

A.D. 264.

A.T^.

960.

If

Tttng-tsin.

II27

l//rt//

A.D. 420.

(Tartar). A.D. 1279.

A.D. 479.

A.D. 1368.

Leang.
A.D. 502.

Tai'thsing. A.D. 1644.

EXAMPLES.
Tsin.

AD.

557.

ftSui.

J\

Ta-miHg

A.D. 589.

jt

KW

Iching-koa

A,D. 618.

yj

-J

lion-lean^.
A. D.

vlv" /^

Ta-ming

924(t'iii

Hou-tsln.

During the
936
period.

1=3

A.D.

IOO

PORCELAIN.

CHINA.

SUNG DYNASTY.
NAMES OF PERIODS.
King-te.

X
7\\

*-

Chung-ho.
A.D. nor.

Cheng-ho. A.D. noi.

A.D.I004-

^
'

CMen-Ckting.

4 T T* 1 T
1

A.D.

HOI.

A.D. 1007-

Tien-shing. A.D. 1023.

Y^?
Ming-tao.
A.D. 1023.
-ft-

Tsnng-ning.

/V'

Ta-chuan.
A.D.
1

120.

Ching-yti.

I023>

Ching-kang.
A.D. 1120.

A.D. 1023.
"^*

NAN-SUNG DYNASTY.
NAMES OF PERIODS.
1

Poo-yuan.

/^

7L x ^

A.D. 1023.

Chien-tan.
A.D. 1127,

x
Chi-ping.

ii^

Shao-hsing.
1127.
A.D. 1068.

^^

Yuan-fung. A.Dfio68.

Chien-tao. A.D. 1163.

Yuan-yit.
A.D. 1086.

^^-^ IBP A. A.D. '-tiru


j

1163.

ThaO'Shing.
A. I). 1086.

El?

Shtw-hsL
A.D.

Yitan-fu.

/5H5

Ching-yuan.

A.D. IOS6.

AJX.H95.
Chia-tai. A.D. II9S-

PORCELAIN.

CHINA.

IOI

A.D. 1195.

ra
32*

Huang-clung.
A.D. 1312.

Kia-ting.
A.D. 1195. A.D. 1321.

Pao-cking.
A.D. 1225.

A.D.i 3 2 4

Shao-ting. A.D. 1225.

J. \*/

-LT

A.D. 1329.

!2^T

T
o

Tuan-ping.
A.D. 1225.
Chi-sJian. A.D. 1330.

Hai-hsi.

I225 J

Hsien-tun.
A.D. 1265.

A.D. 1333.

^p.
A.D. 1275.

Chi-ynan.
A.D. 1333.

Chinp-tan.
A.D. 1277.

A.D.I333.

Cheang-hsing.
A.D. 1278.

TA-MING DYNASTY.
NAMES OF PERIODS AND EMPEROR.

YUAN DYNASTY.
(TARTAR). NAMES OF PERIODS.
Honnz-wou.
Tai-tsou.

1368.

^ 7L

Chi-yuan.
A.D. 1279.
Yitan-tso*

Kian-wen*
Chu-ty.

1399.

Young-fa. 1403. Tching-tsou.

AtDI295

Jm-tsoung.
Siomn-te.
1426.

A.D. 1308.

Hiouan-tsoung.
Tching-tung. 1436. Ying-tsoung.

A.D.

102

PORCELAIN.
King-tai.
1-150.

CHINA.
-pU n2i 3= Itv
Loittig-woH.
1646.

King-tai.

Thang-wang.
y*tuir-fy.

Tien-chitn.

1457. Ying-tsoung.

/J\

rp

1647.

Kouci-wang.

Tching-hoa.

i
ti

TAI-THSING DYNASTY.
NAMKS OK
-JL1
J'KUfonS

Tchun

AND

KMI'RKOR.

\ .50

Howig-tchi. 1488. Hiao-tsoung.

TV
1
,

^v
(1/1

Tni-tsou.

L
1 JLj

JffrD |7B1

Tchivg-te.

1506.

Wou-tsoung.

XV

QJ^I ^fiy

Tien-tsottng.

1627.

Tai-tsoung.

1522. Kia-tsing. Chi-lsoung.

Tsoting-te.

I?
|>l

Loniig-klmig. 1567.

1662.

Mou-tsoung.

Ching-tsou.

Wiin-li.

1573.

I723-

f==i

Chin-lsoung.

CliMsoung.

Tai-1chang.

1620.

.<r-

"736-

Kouang-tsoung.

Koa-lsoung.
1

."7^-

TV

Tien-ki.

1621.

Kia-king.

796.

Tchy-ti.

Jin-tsoung. Ttio-kouang.
1821.

Tswng-tsu.

1628.

Hoai-tsoung.
Chun-tchi.
1644. Chi-tsou.

/I

Mcen-ning.

HlCH-foHlf.

Tsoung-kwang
1644.

'862.

THD

YjY/3

^tl

Tschao-won.

Koiiang-shin,

PORCELAIN.

CHINA.

103

SEALS

(Siao-tchouan)

XV

TO XIX CENTURIES.

fltl

Ito
King-te.

A.D. 1004-1008.

Khang-hi.

A.D. 1662-1722.

ffflir
Yvitg-tching.

A.D. 1723-1736.

Young-lo. A.D. 1403-1425.

nn

ft
JVnen

rrrsp-ju

ill
Siimen-te. A.D. 1426-1436.
n

A.D. 1736-1795.

illitn
fi
Tchi

nVi III firn IIH


liyfe! r 1 "**
Wising

Nien

King

Kea

Ta

Tschao jwottm

A.D. 1646.

Kea~king*

A.D. 1795-1821.

IO4

PORCELAIN.

CHINA.

I-Shing.
*'

Harmonious
prosperity."

IUI
lo-Shin
Chin-tsang. "Deep like a treasury of gems."

aia

tax
Taa-kouang.
A.D. 1821-1851.

Koh-mingtsiang-fhi.

Name

of maker.

ffeae-chuh
Choo-jin-tsaou.

"Made
Hien-fong.
A.D. 1851-1862.

for the

Lord of the Heae Bamboos."


Modern. Copied at
Seal of

Tl Jr

Worcester.

a Mandarin.

M.
Tung-tche*
A.D. 1862-1875.

Show
"

or

CJieoti.

Longevity."

Another variety
or Ckeou.

no
CO
A vase for the rich and honourable."
'

Cheou.

Another more
ornamental.

PORCELAIN.

CHINA.

105

King-te.

1450-1457.

Not
deciphered.

The Pa-kwa^
Fou-hi,
Sioiten-te.

or eight trigrams of
his
fol-

by which he and

1426-1436.

lowers, as we are informed, attempt to account for all the changes and

transmutations which take place in


nature.

first

Tsang-kie was the inventor of the characters, and Fou-hi, 3468

years B.C., first traced the Pa-kwa the eight symbols here given, so frequently seen on square vases in

stamp on a

bronze toad.

relief, accompanied by the circular ornament, composed apparently of two fish, which forms the centre of two trigrams on each side of the These Buddhist symbols were vase. also introduced by the Japanese in

their decorative wares.

io6
No.
i.

PORCELAIN.
No.
2.

CHINA.
No.
3.

Stems.

The

Five Elements.

Branches.

Kia

*-t>
3.

ih Yih

I )
\ )

Correspond to

Wood.

Ping \ng
Ting ing

Fire.

Vn Wn
6

Earth.

Ki a
Keng

Metal.

Sin

}
9
Water.

Jen

Kwei ,}

All these inscriptions

may be known
:

as dates by the characters


Nieti,

which usually terminate the inscription make, form, or fashion.

year

and

tchi^

to

Sometimes other characters are used year indicated.

Nien-tsaou,

made

in the

Wo-*hin-men Leang-ki~shoo.
in the

"

Wo-skin year."
A.D. 1808.

The

fifth

Painting of Leang-ki year of the seventy-

fifth cycle,

A wine CU P-

Wine jug.

THE SEVENTY-SIXTH SEXAGENARY CYCLE,


COMMENCING
A.D. 1864.

From "Mayers'

Chinese header's Manual."

IP

J
.AZ

T9JI

T
jJc

"9
J~o

EE
fZ

fiK

S3

TE
fT
ft

El
^/^ /-z

*j

^^j

^^*

fy

~m
74
flr

T*
io

60

PORCELAIN.

CHINA.

109

INSCRIPTIONS ON CHINESE PORCELAIN.

Jin-ho-kouan.

" House of Humanity and Concord." 1111-1125.

"The old man who Ou-in-fao-jtn. lives in solitude." 1567-1619.

Tchou~fou-yao. palace."

/ v\ " Porcelain of the

1260-1367.

"Three

fishes."

Siouen-te period.

A D
"
Happiness, riches, and long
"

life."

Three

fruits."

1426-1435.

The

five blessings.

" Three mushrooms."

1426-1435.

Woo-fuh.

" The

five

blessings/'

The word

'*

Happiness" repeated
five times.

Woo-ftth-Un-mwi.

"May the five blessings enter here."

"Longevity."

1426-1435.

"
'Jhsieou.

"Wine."

1521-1566.

Fuh-koitey-tchang-tchnn. high rank, and long

Riches,

life."

W"
Tsao-Cang.

"Jujubes."

1522-1566.

C// tfo?/ -pi-nan -chart*


*'
J

A'iaug-fang.

Ginger.'

1522-1 566.

Fou-jou-t<nmg-hai,

10

PORCELAIN.

CHINA.

2.
'

Ottan-yu.

Precious jade."

Tching-liiig-kiim.
feasts.

Vase used

al

Ti'hiit'Otinii.

" Precious

pearl."

May you Tchouan~yoMen-ki-ti. obtain that title."


Tai-yu. Pal ede jade,

'*

"
Ing-chin-yoiiei.

Souvenir."
*'
.

Ksirc as the five

precious ihinjjs."

Me

am

the friend of him."

Tcliom-OHaii.

'*

Precious offer."

ci

<{

Crteng-yeou-ya-tsi.

Fou-kond'kia-khi.
distinguished

**

Vase

for

noble

reunion of friends."

use."

i
^.
ron-kon-tchin-oitan.

fi
"
Antiquarian
vase of Yu-thang-kia-khi. Hall of Jatlc."

"A

llic

curiosities."

PORCELAIN.,

CHINA.

Ill

r
"
Yii'kiwU'tieii'tsing.

When

ceases, clouds

become

the rain clear."

"

Ting-chi-tckm-khi-chi-pao. and precious stone."


LLi

A rare

'

" Made in the Khi-yu-thang-teki. Hall of Jade."

"

Pei'tching-tien-kien-M-tsao. by Kien-ki."

Made

"
Tse-thse-thang-tchi.

Made

in the

Hall of the Violet Thorn."

1
Ming Dynasty.

Made in the Tcti-thang-youen-fou. Hall of the Source of Happiness."

"

i
Tchi-thant-hien-mao.

" Made

in the

veiled Celestial Hall."

Thsing Dynasty.

" Yit-ya-kin-hoa. Splendid as gold in the House of Jade."

Jade.

Pearl.

112

PORCELAIN.

CHINA.

DEVICES
FOUND ON PORCELAIN.

Wan-tsc.
Seal of the

The

Creation.

Ming Dynasty.

Pearl.

Emblem

of talent.

A mark

on porcelain.

"JL
*^^

flTD

A stone of honour.

Ming Dynasty.

A stone of honour.

TcJiing-te-nien*tch t.

506-1 5 22.

The

sacred axe.

PORCELAIN.

CHINA.

Writing implements.

Musical instruments.

rabbit.

Clioang-yu.

Two

fish.

Unknown

marks.

14

I'OKCiiLAIX.

CHINA.

Unknown

marks.

Unknown

marks.

PORCELAIN.

CHINA.

MARKS ON SPECIMENS

IN

THE JAPANESE

PALACE, DRESDEN.

3LE

Il6

PORCELAIN.

CHINA.

PORCELAIN.

CHINA.

117

n8

PORCELAIN.

CHINA.

/"/.

"Prosperous."

gourd, an

emblem

of

longevity.

Unknown.

Two

varieties

of

four-

Unkno\yn

probably Siamese.
;

legged vases with a high ear on each side. This mark has been copied on Derby porcelain, and been wrongly described as a modelling table.

PORCELAIN.

CHINA.

119

Voshin-nien Leang' '

ki-shoo.

Paint-

Gae-Uen-chin-ch a ng. Precious reward


1

ing of Leang-ki in the Woshin year," the fifth year of the cycle, probably
1808.

for

the

lover

of

Nelubium" (water
lily).

I 'a Jig-

"Made

ho -tang-tchi.
at

the

" WestSee Yuh. ern Jade."

Yang-ho (encouragement of harmony) Hall."

Yv ft- tang- tea 11

-ke.

Beautiful vessel of the Jade HaU" (name given to the

Imperial

Chinese

Yew-lai. "The arrival of friends."

Academy).

A'a n-ch uen -kin-yuh


' '

The

elegant Jade

Pao-shing. Inexpressibly precious."


1 '

of Nan-chuen."

Shwal - juh "


yung.

kuiig-

For the

Tau-kwei.
olive."

'

Red

"public use of 11 the

general's Hall.

Shi tig- yew -ya- chi.


1 '

A
"

form of the

seal

The elegant

col-

character,

show,

lection of the holy friends."

Longevity." Known in Holland


as the spider mark.

I2O

PORCELAIN.

JAPAN.

GREAT JAPAN.
DAJ

Ni-

PON.

RF.GKNT OF GOTAIRO,

killed 1860.

Guikmon.

An

Chrysanthemum.

Imperial mark.

o
PRINCE OF KANGA.

Kirimon.

A flower used by the Mikado as an emblem.


PRINCE OF SATSUMA.

MINAMOTO.

PRINCE OF SIIENDAI.

MlNAMOTO. Used by the Sioguns,

NAGATO.
1593.

The

Daimios.

PORCELAIN.

JAPAN.

121

AKI.

WAKASA.

TANGA.
BIZEN.

OSSOUMT.

ARIMA.

KOURODA.

YAM ASTRO.

SATAK&
SlMOSA.
DaTmios.
DaTmios.

122

PORCELAIN.

JAPAN.

Sou wo.

KUWANA.

O o
NANBU.
TSIKUGO.

ASIU.

H ICONIC.

ONVADZIMA.

AKITA.

PRINCE OF HIZEK.

Daifmios.

Dai'mios.

PORCELAIN.
Provinces and Principal Factories.

JAPAN.

123

Provinces and Principal Factories.

GrOKlNAT.
i.

Yamasiro. Afiaco, or the principality of Kiota, is in this


province. Awata, Uji Kiyomidsu.
%

4.

Owari.
t

Okasaki, Seto Shinoyama,

Inaki-mura.

2.

***

i"

Yamato. Koriyama.
5.

Mikawa.

(_3.

Kawatsi or Kawaji. Hiogo^ Awadji.


6.

Tootomi
domi).
mjira.

(Toh6Shitoro-

xo;
4.

Idsoumi. Fitshimi.
<

7.

Sourouga.

5.

Setsou or Sidzu. Oosaka, Saki.


8.

J
TOKAIDO.

Kahi or Kii. \Vagayama.

'

9.

Idsou.

Simotfa.

10.
2.
Is<5

or

Isy<*.

/'V/jiSungaini. ytiwa. MOHS.

Yokkaichi.

ii.
3.

Mousasi.

Sima.

T ^/^, Yokohama, Asakusa^ Imado Kemume- m ura.


t

124

PORCELAIN.

JAPAN.
Provinces and Principal Factories.

Provinces and Principal Factories.

is.

Awa.

5.

Kutsouk(J.

6.

Siinotsoukd.

3.

Kadsousa.

14.

Simusa.

7.

Moutsiu

8,

Dftva.

15.

Hitatsi.

KOKOUROKOUPO.
TOSANDO.
i.

\Vakasa.

i.

Oomi.

2.
-

YctsiVscn.

2.

Mino.

1)
t^.

D.
3.

Kanga.

A'//tii//i

i| T|

!-

3.

Hida

or Fida.

Ohhnachl.

4.

Sinano.

>

4.

Noto.

PORCELAIN.
Provinces and Piincipal Factories.

JAPAN.

25

Provinces and Principal Factories.

6.
5.

Idsoumo.
s-itye,

Mad-

Yetsisiou,

Sagai.

*
-

7.

I\vami or Iwaki.

6.

Vetsigo.

l\*agamwa,SoMa.

1
8.

Oki (Island).

fe.

7-

Sado

(Island).

SANYODO.
SANINDO.

i.
i.

Arima

or Halima.

Tanba.

htmeji.

ftyjjj

UT
3.

Tango.

2.

Mimasaka.

'

Tatsima.

3.

Bitsiou.

=P
4.

Inmba.

4.

Bizen.

Imbc.

\
5.

*
Ird
-

Foki or Hooki.

5.

Bingo.

H,

[26

PORCELAIN.

JAPAN.
Provinces and Principal Factories.

Provinces and Principal Factories.

6.

Aki.
T.

Rouxon or Rudsen.

7.

Suuwo.
2.

Tsiknuscn. Sobara-

8.
,I

Nagalo.
Afadsf/,

ffagi,

Toyo-

nra-yama.

NANKAIDO.

"

3.

Tsikoun^o.

i.

Awadsi or
(Island).

Aw;iji

2.

Awa.
5.

Mi/en

in the

Is-

land of Kin-Siu. Jmall, Matso nra,

A rita

Nagasaki

Deshna,
3-

A'arats?/,

Sanoulci.

Okaivajii

Afika-

r>
\ 6.

Figo or Iligo.

4.

lyo.

7.

Fiouga or Hiouga.

PORCELAIN.
Provinces and Principal Factories.

JAPAN.

127

Provinces and Principal Factories.

8.

Ohosoumi
Chi lisa.

or Osumi.

10.

Iki (Island).

H9.

Sdtsuma.

Kawa,

n. Tsousima

shh'o-gawa,

(Island).

NOTE.
The
given
usual terminations, following the Chinese or Japanese provinces,

marks of

dynasties,
:

or factories,

as

well as

those of potters, are here

(fco

or

tzi>,

"maker."

"
stf,

made/' same as Chinese

/<///.

Chinese.

Japanese.
nctt

Japanese.
tiff I

nien

tcJty

r
I

r
set

"

made

in the period."

128

PORCELAIN.

JAPAN.

JAPANESE SEXAGENARY CYCLE, OF 60 YEARS.


TEN SERIES
i.

CYCLIC.

SIGNS OF

THE ELEMENTS.

Ki n6 ye
K'i, \\ oocl
r
.

7k

2.

A7

11$ ye

3.

Fttittye
/'Y,

Fire

4.

y-y

>/ t ;

to

'X

5.

Tstitsfntye
TsA/si no to

Tsft/sf,
6.
.

Earth

7.

A";/^

W(/^'^
',

Metal

8.

Katie

it

dye

9.

Mldzft n6 ye

Mulsft,
10. MiJst'r nti to
.

Water

Tfc

TWELVE SERIES CYCLE.


j"
i.

SIGNS OF
7-

THE

ZODIAC.
.

JVe

Mouse.
Bull.

Horse.

Jl
^B
fJQ

2.

Uri

8.

Mtsihl
A'*//-//

Goat.

3.

Tora

Tiger.

9.

Ape.
Cock.

4.

U
'

Hare.

TO.

7iW7

J^

5.

TV?/

Dragon.

IT.

/>///

Hound.
Swine.

6.

A/i

Serpent.

T2.

130

"NENGOO" OR JAPANESE PERIODS.


A.n.
'370.

'i^>

fc

V/-.v//(

w
.

A.D.
IS04.

Jinn-tin

1372.

Dai-jfi

375-

1380.

1532.

Gen-tin

1380.

'558.

1394-

IS70.

3C

"_L

Show-tiyo

1428.

1573-

1429.

1592.

AWvV./

I44T.

IS96.

1444.

1615.

T449-

1624.

1452.
r3

JE
fttT

1644.

A'ci-tui

I4S5.

1648.

1457-

1652,

Kwan-shtjw

1460.

T655-

7t>

7p

t\f*

Bun-show

1466.

'/&
"\/

$y

1658.

1467.

Kwtnt-bun

1661.

Bun-mei

1469.

1673.

1487.

1681.

1489.

rd-k?y<>

168^.

1492.

1688.

1501.

1704.

PORCELAIN.

JAPAN.
A. D.

?* TP IKS-IE-

A.D.

Slwwtok
Kly i-ho
Gen-bun

1711.

1804.

1818.
X 73 6 -

1830.

Kwan-po
\

1741.

ffj
"en-kiyo
.

yZ$

JCoo-faea

1844.

1744-

^j/
Kivan-yen
Ho-reki
.

1748.

^L

Ka-yei
An-sei Man-en.

1848.

1854-

1860.

Afei-wa

1764.

An-jci

1772.

;**
c
Geu-dsi
.

1861.

BJ^ JT^

Ten-Met
A'wan-sei

1781.

1789-

1865.

A'iyo-wa

1801.

i-ji,

1868 to present

EXAMPLES OF DATES.
Gen-hi ncn-xei.
A.D. 1570.

Yem-po

iien-wi.

A.D. 1673 to 1681.

Bnn-hia
Ten -3 hew.
A.D. 1579.

nen-sci.

A.D. 1804 to 1818.

"

Show-u.
A.D. 1653.

Mci-ji-nen To-yen -set, A.D. 1868.

Errl-soui Yang-iii$. A.D. 1653.

END OF NKNCOOS.

Rt

PORCELAIN.

JAPAN

KIOTO

Formerly

(PROVINCE). MIACO.

53U
ak?t.

Zengoro, potter, 1810.

Fushimi.

A copy of style.
potter.

Kiyomidsu.
Dohachi, potter, 1875.

Koyemon,

ii

in Uji.

ft
1730.

Kiyomidsii.

Sei-fu, potter, 1875.

1750.

Kiyomidsu.

Ken-Zan,

potter.

Nin-sei, potter at

Monomura,

1690.

134

PORCELAIN.

JAPAN.

Kanxiin, potter of Kioto, 1860.

Awtfd,
Cheott,

"The

/v:/// ,/}///,

800. chc, Iah.

Five

Q
Kanzan,
potter, 1870.

YAMATO

OR

AMATC

(PROVINCE).

at Koriy<.ima^ 1650.

Tai-ssan, potter, 1870.

\JL/
Itsi-gaya.

Tai-zan, potter, 1870.

Tai-zan
potter.

Agahada*

By

Tan-sat-su-do, i6f

Den-ko,
potter, 1870.

S
Of
Agahada.
Boku-haku,
potter.

Awata ware

Yaki}*

PORCELAIN.

JAPAN.

135

IDSUMI

(PROVINCE).

1875.

/jf

Banko marks
1875-

Senshui-Sagai-iHOto. fCichi-ye-mon, potter, i8th Century.

Minato.

SETSOU

(PROVINCE).

OWARI

(PROVINCE).

a
61 ^._*o
Raku
ware.
Kissu-ko, potter, 1860.

Inu-yzma ware.

OR ISY^ (PROVINCE).
Ho-raku (name of
fabric), 1820.

HIS
7>t'

ware, 1580.

Fou-kou "happiness."
t

IstBanko
ware.

1870.

Go-raku (name of

fabric), 1820.

Go-raku and

potter's

name.

name

Inscription, in oval.

and
5j</<?

ware or Seto 1764.


t

36

PORCELAIN.

JAPAN.

e
,

X&io ware,
1876.

*<#
Somctsitka \\are,

made

tit

Sedo, 1800.

KII OR

KAYEI

(PROVINCE).
Khhiu
ware,
1800.

ware,
1848.

Of
ten, 1874.

Ktt-yci guan-ycn KttH&i

O toko yam a.

Kishin
ware,
1828.

Nagoya ware, by Shippo Kuwaisha,


1876.

A ra nk i

Ofoko-ya m a

Q
^1

"^^^

"
Art*//,

Long

life."

Ornamental form on various wares.

PORCELAIN.

JAPAN.

Iga ware,

made

at

Kimpozan.
Ttf^/i?

MOUSASI

(PROVINCE).

ware.

Hiyochiyen, potter, 1875.

"

tl

Mi no ware. Kado Gosuke, potter, 1875.

KANGA ORKAGA(PRoviNCE\

y<?dfo

Banko ware,

1750.

Kanga Kutani,

1867.

Kanga Kutani,

1867.

Kozawa

Benshi, potter, 1875.

Ma-kitsu-yo-Kosan-tso

1 875.

'38

PORCELAIN.

JAPAN.

A
Kutani mark,
1875.

Kutani.

Tou-zan, potter, 1860.

ffil
Fo-u-kou.

"

Happiness/ 1620.

B
Z)a/

Kutaiii.

and reads

Inscription begins at top to the left, 1875.

Nipon Kutani-tzo>

1870.

Ohi Machi.

Raku

ware, 1800.

Ohi Machi.

Rakn

ware, 1800.

and

potter's

mark, 1870.

IDSUMO

(PROVINCE).

m
K-utani.

Pushina ware.
potter, 1875.

Made
1820.

at

Mansuye,

Uchiumi,

PORCELAIN.

JAPAN.

139

Soma.
Fushhta ware, 1830.

Mark

of Yen-Zan.

Soma.

Mark

of Kane-Shige.

HARIMA
Fushina.

(PROVINCE).

Kano

Itsu-sen-in, 1840.

ste

Fushina, 1750.

IWAMI

Tosan.

Made

at Himeji, 1820.

(PROVINCE).

oQp oQp 050


Soma
ware.

Badge of the

Prince.

Tozan ware, 1820.

Soma

ware, 1840.

stamp unknown,

1760.

Hirado
'

Made
"

\vare. at

Happiness
1840.

on Soma,

Mikawaji, 1770,
&c.,

140

PORCELAIN.

JAPAN.

1840.

Made

at

MikaiuajL

The

AVVAJI_
*L?

(ISLAND).

begins at bottom, reading

left.

inscription 1875.

B
!*

Nlpon Aivaji Kashlu Sanpel*

1875.

HIZEN

(PROVINCE).

Okawaji.

hnari

vvaro

hnari

in Hixen.

Jiraku ware,

at Karatsu, 1800.

7,0-slnm ware.

PJMikawaji, near

_._......

Arita, 1760.

JJ

H
Okawaji, near Arita.

Imarl

in Arita.

PORCELAIN.

JAPAN.

14!

fc

Iniari ware,

made

Imarit by
at Arlta^ 1800.

S.

Fukami, 1875.

A'isa.

Koransha mark of S. Fukami,


1875.

Arifa.

Fnk-kouei-chaiig-chnn Five Blessings," 1810.

"
t

The

*
Z(W// nn-tei-Sa mpo-sci,
1

830.

Dai Nip^n Hizcn.

LiL

f|
'

-Jr/Va \\are (/man). potter.

Fukagawa,

Arita

\vare,

made by
1875.

S.

Fukami,

Mark

of Y. l*'ukagaua of Arita, 1875, on the above.

142

PORCELAIN.

ITALY.

ITALY.

FLORENCE. XVI Century. A lion's paw holding a tablet.

FLORENCE,

1580.

The

cathedral.

FLORENCE.

'Ml

DOCCIA.

Established 1735.

FLORENCE.

Arms

XVI Century. of the Medici.

DOCCIA.

Fanciullacci.

PORCELAIN.

ITALY.

143

*
GINORI.
DOCCIA.

CAPO

XVIII Century.

N crowned for Naples.

DI

MONTE.

Circa 1759.

CA
MS.
DOCCIA.

XVIII Century.

CAPO

DI

MONTE. Circa Rex Ferdinandus.

1780.

CAPO

DI

MONTE.

Painter.

CAPO

DI

MONTE.
NAPLES.
Ghistiniani.

Established 1736, ceased 1821.

144

PORCELAIN.

ITALY.

MILAN.

J.

Richard.

XIX

Century.

GAJF.F.

J r*e

is-

so.
Fratelli.

CAR.:

TRKVISO.
Giuseppe Andrea Fonlebasso,

FF.
1776
TUKIN
.

(Vincuf).

I'ralclli

Fonlebasbo.

VjfKNXA.

1765 Venezia Fab" Geminiano

COZZI

DO
TURIN
(Vineuf).
Ebt.iblislicd 1770.

VKNICK.

Doctor Giuanctti.

V en?
CK.

V-F

Kblablishod circa 1720.

PORCELAIN.

ITALY.

145

c.P

VENICE.
Initials

with prices underneath.

VENICE, an early mark.

VENICE.

Marks

of the Vezzi period.

Established 1723, ceased circa 1750.

*
VENICE.

CtaL

TMrt oct di

Ortolani circa 1740.


,

AE.W
i.w
VENICE.

G.M

A
K

Unknown

marks.

Cozzi period.

Giovanni Marconi.

146

PORCELAIN.

ITALY.

l.G,
VICNICE.

Marks

of the Cozzi period.

Established 1765.

06
Novrc. Established 1752. Giovanni Battista Antonibon.

*
*
NOVK. XVIII
C'entury.

l/io-ae*

NCTVE.

Antonibon.

Move
GSAiB.MOVE.

Bon

Giovanni Battista, Antonio or Antonibon.

WOVE

NOVE.

Marconi, painter.

NOVK,

Baroni period, 1802-1825.

PORCELAIN.

ITALY

SPAIN.

MOVE
NOVE.
Baron i.

GB

ESTE+
ESTE, near Padua.

1783 +
XVIII
Century.

2)- -8

ESTE
NOVE.

XVIII Century.

ESTE,

SPAIN.

"'
llTl

TIT
GERONA.
NOTE.
Probably a Spanish coat-of-arms on
Oriental porcelain.

MADRID.

Cayetano

fecit.

jfc>
MADRID
(Buen. Retire).

Established 1760, ceased 1808.

MADRID.

Salvador Nofri.

148

PORCELAIN.

SPAIN.

CD
MADRID.
Ochogravia?

MADRID.

XVIII Century.

MADRID.

Sorrentini?

O.F b
MADRID.

XVI II

Century,

MADRID.

Pedro Georgi ?

MADRID (Buen

x
Retire).

Established 1763, ceased 1808.

MADRID.

Unknown.

OF
Jft
XMADRID.

>

Tlr
Charles III.

MADRID.

R. F.

ID.

PORCELANA
S.

B.
MADRID.

M. C.
OPORTO.

VA
Vista Allegre.
Established

On

imitation

Wedgwood.

about 1790.

PORCELAIN.

GERMANY.

149

GERMANY.

DRESDEN.

DRESDEN

Comtesse de Cosel's
(Meissen).

service.

Augustus Rex, 1709-1726.


King's use.

For the

DRESDEN, 1716

to 1720.

DRESDEN.
Established
c.

Wand
1712.

of ^Esculapius.
Porcelain for sale,

DRESDEN.
B5ttger's marks.

1715 to 1720.

JO

PORCELAIN.

GERMANY.

DRESDEN.
Bottger's marks.

DRESDEN, about

One or more 1796. stars denote the Marcolini period.

X
DRESDEN, about
1720.

JS.^.J
K.H.C.W
DRESDEN
(Meissen).

DRESDEN.

Early marks,

c,

1730.

A
DRESDEN.
Kind's period, 1770.

DkKSJJKN.

UKKSDICN (Meissen).
NOTE. -One bar across the swords on white cliina signifies perfect and fer safe. One or two above or below signifies defective. Two to four across on services, more or less defective.

PORCELAIN.

GERMAN Y.

Konigliche Porzellan Manufactur.

JW.
X

w
JBtjzG
,

C-J
l;

et

30 De

-f/zS

VSO.

DRESDEN

(Meissen).

JU1CW
DRESDEN.

tr

DRESDEN.

'52

PORCELAIN.

GERMANY.

ELBOGRN.
Established 1815.
Haidinger.

NOWOTNY.
VIENNA.
Established 1718, ceased 1864.

Ar/PENROUTAU.

AN.
Nowotny.

HEREND.
LAMPRECHT.
Perger.
Furstlcr.

VARSANNI.
J. Week.
HERKND.

XVI H

Arms

of

Hungary.

Century.

K. Herr.
VIENNA.
Artists.

HKRKND.

Morice Fischer.

S
SCHLAKENWALD.
Established 1800.

C.F.
PIRKENHAMMKR.
Christian Fischer.

PORCELAIN,

GERMANY.

153

F&R
J.F.
-Fischer

WE

PlRKENHAMMER.
and Reichambach.

[K%Gl
IPRAGJ
PRAGUE.
Kriegel and Co.

BERLIN.

Various marks.

X
BERLIN.
Wegeley.
Established 1751.

CHARLOTTENBURG.

Established 1760.

I
BERLIN.
Sceptre, 1761.

B.

P.
BKRLINT.

M.

ETM
BERLIN.

MOABIT

Used

c.

1830.

near -BERLIN. Established 1835.

154

PORCELAIN.

GERMANY.

VI
FRANICENTHAL,

HOCHST.

Established by Gelz, 1720.

FRANKKNTLIAL.

Hannong.

PRANKENTHAL.
Crest used from 1755 to 1761.

IHi

A
FRANKENTHAL.
J.A. Hannong.

B
GREINSTADT.
Bartolo.

FKANKENTHAL.

Mark

of Carl

Theodor, 1761.

PORCELAIN.

GERMANY.

155

77
NYMPHEXBURG.

NYMPHENBURG. Arms of

Established 1758.
Bavaria.

NYMPHENBURG.

Masonic.

NYMPHENBURG.

WURTZBURG.

I.A.H J778
C. /f. Silbertamer.

XVIII Century.

Bdyreitli

1771.

G. C.

LINDEMAN
Pinxit.
Painters.

Li

NYMPHEKBURG.

BAYREUTH.

XVIII

Century.

156

PORCELAIN.

GERMANY.

A
ANSPACH.

^ 5
XVII I
Centurv.

J7J&

FUKSTKNIIUKU.

Established 1750.

ANSPACH (BAVARIA).
Established 1718.

FURSTENBURG.

Established 1763.

PORCELAIN.

GERMANY.

57

LUDWIGSBURG.

LUDWIGSBURG,

Arms

of Wurtemburg,

LUDWIGSBURG

or KRONENBURG. Established by Ringler, 1758.

LUDWIGSBURG.
Used from 1806
to 1818.

\\J>/

TR.
LUDWIGSBURG, 1806
LUDWIGSBURG,
before 1806.
to 1818.

LUDWIGSBURG, from

1818.

HILDESHEIM.

Established 1760.

153

PORCELAIN.

GERMANY.

R
RUDOT.RTADT.
Estnblishccl 1762.

FLLDA.

Kstablished 1763.

FITLDA, coascd 1780.

hD
HKSSK-DARMRTADT.
Estab d 1756.
-

V--'
Runoi,STAi>T.

hay-fork.

Arms

of Schwartxbourg.

VOLKSTKDT.
Established 1762, by Grcincr.

R
RAUKNSTKIN.

-11
Kstnblishcd 1760.

CSV
Vor.KSTKnr.

WAI-LKNDORK.

NX/
Kstablished 1762.

PORCELAIN.

GERMANY.

159

GROSBREJTENBACH.

Estab'

1-

1770.

cojoo
LIMBACH.
Established c. 1761, by Gotthelf Greiner.

GROSBREITENBACH,

1770.

G
in.
THURINGIA.
Uncertain.

LIMBACH,

1761.

60

PORCELAIN.

GERMANY.

OOTIIA.
Established 1780.

Rothenberg.

LIMBACU,

1761.

N.

Naihusius.

9
CERA.
Established about 1780.

GL

G
GOTHA.
Various marks.

BADKN.

Estsiblished 1753,

by

tlie

Widow

Sperl, ceased 1778.

PORCELAIN.

SWITZERLAND

HOLLAND.

l6l

SWITZERLAND.

NVON,

1780-1790, Genese.

NYON.

Established about 1780.

ZURICH.

Established 1759.

HOLLAND. BELGIUM,
WEESP.

Established 1764.

W
WEESP.
XVIII Centurv.

W
WEESP.
XVIII Century.

w
or

WEESP

LOOSDRECHT.

62

PORCELAIN.

HOLLAND AND BELGIUM.

MoL

A
AMSTEL.
A. Dareuber, Director.

Ceased about 1800.

LOOSDRECHT.
Established 1772, by Rev.
otht-rs.

De Mol and

Manufactur oude Loosdrecht.

NIEWER AMSTEL, by Dommer &

Co.

AMSTERDAM.

Circa 1810.

AMSTERDAM.

XVIII Century.

THK HAGUE.
OUDE AMSTEL.
Established 1782.
Established 1775, by Leichner ceased 1786.
;

PORCELAIN.

HOLLAND AND BELGIUM.

163

L.L.
LILLE.

&. G
TOURNAY.
Established about 1750, by Peterinck.

TOURNAY, used about

1760.

Ja.lt

yb

ar

To
TOURNAY

TY
(so ascribed).

LILLE.
Established 1711, by Dorez and Pelissier. These marks are of the period of Leperre Durot, 1784.

BRUSSELS.

XVIII Century.

TOURNAY.

LC
BRUSSELS, with
initials

of L. Crett.

64

PORCELAIN.

BELGIUM

- RUSSIA.
B.L.

8h
BRUSSELS, with
painter's

name.

*&
LUXEMBURG.

B
BRUSSELS.

XVIII Century.

Established Boch. Sept Fontaines. Circa 1806.

RUSSIA. POLAND.

ST.

PETERSBURG.

Established 1744.

F1:K.

5
ST. PETERSBURG.

ST. PKTKRSJUJRG. Initials of Empress Catherine 11., 1762Paul KornelotTc, maker. 1796.

ST. PETERS BIJ KG. Initial of Emperor Paul, 1706-1801.

PORCELAIN.

RUSSIA.

ST. PETERSBURG. Emperor Alexander I., 1801-1825.

ST.

PETERSBURG.

Kornelofte.

FAPAHEPZ

c
Moscow.
Moscow.
ST.

PETERSBURG.

Established 1787, by A. Gardner.

Emperor Nicholas, 1825-1855.

nonoBLi

A\
ST.

PETERSBURG.
II.,

Moscow.
1855.

Emperor Alexander

A. Popoffe, established 1830.

BPATLEBt
RopHWAOBbDCb
ST. PETERSBURG. Brothers Korneloffe, makers. Established 1827.

ISAMHA.
Moscow.
Gulena, potter.
Fabrica Gospodina.

66

PORCELAIN.

RUSSIA

SWEDEN.

KIEBZ.
15
II
KIEFF.

KORZEC.
Established 1803, by Mdrault.

End

of

XVIII Century.

BARANOWKA

(Poland).

C
TURKEY.

SWEDEN AND DENMARK.

A8 ~
MARIEBEKG.
Estab d 1770.
-

JVB
MAKIF.BICRG, 1770-1789.

Frantzen, decorator.

MARIEBERG.
Sten, Director.

Circa 1780.

PORCELAIN.

DENMARK

GERMANY.

167

COPENHAGEN.

JL*
Ibid.

On or lip
Painter's

name.

MARIEBERG.

Ceased 1789.

COPENHAGEN ?

COPENHAGEN.
Established 1772, by Mtiller.

B & G
COPENHAGEN.
Ring and Grondahl, 1850.

GERMANY.

Uncertain Marks.

68

PORCELAIN.

GERMANY.

HC

I73o

/W-

R. B.
1750.

c-i:

G.B.F.
1783-

EB

PORCELAIN.

FRANCE.

169

FRANCE.

RE
ST.

CLOUD.

Successors of Trou.

ST.

CLOUD.

Chicanneau.

tor
chaatiily CHANTILLY.
'

ST. CLOUD. Established 1695. ceased 1773.

Established 1725.

Ciquaire Cirou.

s:c

ST.

CLOUD.

Trou, 1730-1762.

CHANTILLY.

D V
19
MENECY.
lished 1735,

-I3V7
Due de
Villeroy.

Estab1773.

by Barbin, ceased

17

PORCELAIN.

FRANCE.

AKKAS.
Estabd 1872, by Demoiselles Dcleneur.
-

FRANCE.

Brancas Lauraguais. Established 1764.

VINCENNES.

Hannong and Le
FRANCE.
Brancas Lauraguais.

Established 1786. Maire.

SX
S.P
VINCKNNICS.

LP
Louis Philippe, 1783.
Effit

SCEAUX.
SCEAUX PENTHlfcvRE.
Established 1750, by Jacques Chapelle.

Vi NCENNES ?

Dubois.

PORCELAIN.

FRANCE.

I/I

VINCENNES.

Hannong.

CLIGNANCOURT.

Established 1775.

BOULOGNE. XIX Century. M. Haffringue.

'_iA
CLIGNANCOURT.
Deruelle.

]Vp
ETIOLLES. Established 1768. Monnier, manufacturer.

CLIGNANCOURT.
ETIOLLES.
Louis Stanislas Xavier. Monsieur, Comte de Provence.

BR
OR

BlaR
BOURG LA REINE.
Established 1773, by Jacques

D
CLIGNANCOURT.
Deruelle.

& Jullien.

BOURG LA REINE.

CLIGNANCOURT.

Monsieur.

172

PORCELAIN.

FRANCE.

CLIGNANCOURT. Mark of Monsieur, Comte de Provence.

ORLEANS.

CLIGNANCOURT.

Moitte.
CLIGNANCOURT.
Moitte, successor to Deruellc.

ORT.KANS.
Bdnoisl

Le Rrun, 1808-1811.

/CYFFLE
L.LUNEVIILE

TERREDE
LORRAINE

ViUJs.

]^stnblishc<t 1769.

Cyf'llr.

Established 1753,

ORLEANS. b^G. Daraubert.

NlDRRVlLr.RK.

PORCELAIN.

FRANCE.

173

NlDERVILLER.
Established 1760, by Baron de Beyerlet.

NlDERVILLEK.
Lanfray.

Succeeded 1802 to 1827.

3D
NIDERVILLER.

X
Count Custine,
1792.

MONTREUIL.

BOISSETTE.
Established 1777, by Vermonet.

NIDERVILLER.

NIDERVILLER.

VAUX.

Established 1770, by Hannong.

174

PORCELAIN.

FRANCE.

LA

SEINIE.

Established 1774, by the


la Seinie.

BORDEAUX.

Veillarcl.

Comte de

CAEN
CAEN.
Established 1798, ceased 1808.

caen
Le frangois
a
Caen.
CAEN.
S.

Jistablished 1785.

Fauquex and Lainoninary.

recent potter.

CHATILLON

(Seine).

Circa 1775,

BAYEUX.
lois,

Established 1810, by Langafterwards M. Gosse.

ST,

AMAND.
M. de
Bettigm'es.

Established 1815, by

PORCELAIN.

FRANCE.

175

Established 1786, by

CHOISY LE ROY. M. Clement.

G
LIMOGES.

et

Established 1773.

Grellet.

SARGUEMINES.

Recent mark.

H
C-T>
STRASBOURG,
1752.

Hannong.

LIMOGES.
Other marks of early date. Circa 1773, ceased 1788.

STRASBOURG, so

attributed from the quality of the ware.

SARGUEMINES.

Utzchneider.

STRASBOURG, supposed.

176

PORCELAIN.

FRANCE.

CM

A
STRASBOURG, supposed.

PARIS.

Chicanneau & Moreau. Faubourg St. Honore", 1730.

PARIS.

Pont aux Choux, 1784,

RR
PARIS. Pont aux Choux. Louis Philippe, 1786-1793.

MARSEILLE. Established 1766, by ]. Gaspard Robert, ceased 1793.

PARIS. Pont aux Choux. Outrequin de Montarcy, circa 1786.

78

PORCELAIN.

FRANCE.

L".

DARTE

Rue

LEVEILLE
12

Vivienne N.

RueTHIROUX
PARIS. " De
la Reinc."

PARIS.

"Gros

Caillou," 1773, by

Advenir Lamarre.

PARIS.

"

Do

la

Rcinc."

Rue Thiroux.

FLEURY
PARIS.

Rue Faub.

M.

St. Denis. Flaincn Klcury.

Flamen

PARIS.

(Antoinette), 1778,

Rue Thiroux. la Reine by A. M. Lebeuf.

Fleury
Paris.
'

" De

PARIS.

Housel
PARIS.

172.
PARIS.

"De la

Reine." Succeeded Lebeuf, 1799.

Murk unknown.

RueTkirou a Paris.
PARIS.

Guy and

Housel, 1799.

PARIS.

Rue de

Clichy.

PORCELAIN.

FRANCE.

179

MAJSTUFSf

DililiParls
PARIS.

Rue de Bondy.

KEV1L
r

Capucines
PARIS.
Unkno\\-n.

PARIS. Rue de Bondy, 1780. Dihl & Guerhard D'Angoulfime.


' '

v
PARIS. PARIS.

jyi

Jo
PARIS.

Unknown.

DASTIN,
Unknown.

Rue de Bondy. 11 Angoulme."

CR

leDUC
Rue de Bondy.

A.TjoouleTn
PARIS.

CP
CP
PARIS. Rue Faubourg St. Denis, 1769. Charles Philippe, Comte d'Artois. PARIS.

PARIS.

Rue de Bondy.

Boulevard des

Italiens.

i8o

PORCELAIN.

FRANCE.

H.
PARIS.

&O

PILLIVUYT,
e

Paris.
MICH UN.

FOESCY.

rotter

DB
42
Hue
fit;

PARIS.

Manuf re dc Focscy,
R.

Cnwsol, 1789, by

Cliarlns Putter.

Passage Violet No. 5, Poissonnire, a Paris.


PARIS.

M.

E.B.
PARIS.
Riu: do Crnssnl.

Cottier.

CP G
Carousel

* Pans
PARIS.

M. Guy,

1775.

PARIS.

T.G.
Fcuillet.

Paris.

JP
PARIS.
Belleville, 1790,

PARIS.

UnKllOWI).

NAST
Petit.

by Jacob

CP

N.
PARIS.

pa. laris
Rue do Pnpincmiri, 1780. Lc Maire, succcudml \>y M. Nast.

PORCELAIN.
C. H.

FRANCE.
F. D.

181

MENARD
Paris
de Popincourt

HONORS
Paris.
St.

a
PARIS.

72 Rue

Boulevard

Antoino.

G.B [BREVETE! ..
1

R. F.
PARIS.

DAGOTY.
Riu: St.
I

.PARIS
PARIS.
Gillct

lonord.

&

Briunclion, 1857.

Lustred china.

130/I.
PARIS.

Unknown.

Ae SMVIIilmpera trice

RLDAGOTV
a Paris.

PARIS.

Boulevard Poissonni&re, 1780.

F.
PARIS.

M.

HONORE
St.

PAKIS.

Unknown.

Boulevard

Antoine, 1785.

M""* de

MADAME
//
PARIS.

DUCHESSE D'ANGOULEME
Dagoty E. Honor^

PARIS.

Modern.

182

PORCELAIN.

SEVRES.

SEVRES MARKS. FIRST ROYAL EPOCH,


1745 TO 1792.

SKVUBK.

)nie 1754.

SKVRKS. Date 1778. (Louis XVI.) Double letters continued to 1793,

FIRST REPUBLICAN EPOCH.


1792

TO

1804.

VlNCENNES.

The

letter

A denotes the year 1753,


(Louis XV.)

continued to 1777.

HP
SEVRES, Ornamented LL's. Date
1764.

PORCELAIN.

SEVRES.

J
'e

1792 to 1799.
Charles X.

1824 to 1829.

1801 to 1804.

FIRST IMPERIAL EPOCH.


1804

TO

1814.

Charles

X..

1829 and 1830.

1 MLnp ie S
NAPOLEON.

-'

1804 to 1809.

Charles X.

1830.

NAPOLEON.

1809 to 1814.

SECOND ROYAL EPOCH.


1814 TO 1848.

gevres
3TO

Louis XVIII.

1814 to 1823.

Louis Philippe.

1831 to 1834.

84

PORCELAIN.

SEVRES.

SECOND

INTI'KUIAL EPOCH.
1852 TO 1872.

Louis Philippe.

1834-1835.

On

services for the Palaces.

Napoleon

1 1

1.

Kroni 1852.

This mark used for white pieces; wlion scratched it denotes issue undecoratecl.
Louis Philippe.
1845-1848.

CS.48J
After 1803, this

mark in green was used for white porcelain.

SECOND REPUBLICAN EPOCH.


1848

TO

1851.

The S

stands for Sevres, and 51 for


185?.

SEVRES.
with

Examples of 1770 and 1771, unknown emblems of painters.

182

PORCELAIN.

SEVRES.

SEVRES MARKS. FIRST ROYAL EPOCH.


1745 TO 1792-

SKVREK.

Date 1754-

SKVKKS. Date 1778. (Louis XVI.) Double letters continued to 1793.

FIRST REPUBLICAN EPOCH.


1792 TO 1804.

VlNCENNES.

The

letter

A denotes

the year 1753,

continued to 1777.

(Louis XV.)

SEVRES. Ornamented LL's. Date

1764.

evre$.

PORCELAIN.

SEVRES.

e vreJ
1792 to 1799.
Charles X.

1824 to 1829.

1801 to 1804.

FIRST IMPERIAL EPOCH.


1804

oc

TO

1814.

TO
Charles X.

1829 and 1830.

NAPOLEON.

1804 to 1809.

Charles X.

1830.

NAPOLEON.

1809 to 1814.

SECOND ROYAL EPOCH.


1814 TO 1848.

evres

Louis XVIII.

1814 to T823.

Louis Philippe.

1831 to 1834.

84

PORCELAIN.

SEVRES.

SECOND IMPERIAL EPOCH.


1852 TO 1872.

Louis Philippe.

1834-1835.

On services for the

Palaces.

Napoleon

III.

From

1852.

scratched

This mark used for white pieces when it denotes issue undecorated.
;

Louis Philippe.

1845-1848.

CS.48J
After 1803, this

mark in green was used for white porcelain.

SECOND REPUBLICAN EPOCH.


1848

TO

1851.

The S

stands for Sevres, and 51 for


1851.

SEVRES.
with

Examples of 1770 and

1771,

unknown emblems

of painters.

TABLE OF MARKS AND MONOGRAMS OF


PAINTERS, DECORATORS,

AND GILDERS OF THE ROYAI MANUFACTORY OF SEVRES.


1753

TO

1800.

Marks.

Names of Painters.

Subjects.

ALONCLE

Birds, flowers,

and

emblems.

ANTEAUME

Landscapes,
animals.

and

ARMAND
*-/f'f

Birds, flowers, &c.

ASSELIN

Portraits,miniatures

AUBERT
BAILLY

aine

Flowers.

Flowers.

.3

BAR
BARBE

....

Detached bouquets.
Flowers.

....
.

BARDET

Flowers.

BARRAT
BAUDOUIN

Garlands, bouquets.

Ornaments,
.

friezes.

BECQUET

Flowers.

PORCELAIN.
Alarks.

SEVRES.
Subjects.

187

Names of Painters.

frj

BERTRAND
BIENFAIT

Detached bouquets

Gilding.

BINET

....

Detached bouquets

BOUCHER
BOUCHET

Flowers, wreaths.

Landscapes,figures ornaments.

BOUCOT

Birds and flowers.


Flowers, birds, and arabesques.

pi
**

or

/2 ^) O\/ *-S*^}*

BOUCOT,

P.

Mx^?\ y O'CA
.
.

BOUILLAT

Flowers,landscapes.

BOUILLAT, Rachel

afterwards
dme

\ Detached bouquets.
J

MAQUERET
.
.

BOULANGER

Detached bouquets.
Children,
subjects.
rustic

BOULANGER, Jun.

BULIDON

Detached bouquets.
Detache d bouquets.

M
BEux,
Manor!
}

PORCELAIN.

SEVRES.

Names of Painters.

Subjects.

DUTANDA.
EVANS
.

Bouquets, garlands,

Birds,

butterflies,

landscapes.

FALOT

Arabesques, birds,
butterflies.

FONTAINE

Emblems,
tures.

minia-

FONTKLLIAU

Gilding.

Y
f

FOUR/:

Flowers, bouquets.

FRITSCH

Figures, children.

FUMEZ

Flowers, arabesques, &c.

GAUTHIER

Landscapes,
mals.

ani-

GENEST

Figures, &c.

GENIN

Figures, genre subjects.

GERRARD
GIRARD
.

Pastorals,
tures.

minia-

&.
GOMERY
.
.

Arabcsqucs,Chinesc
subjects.

Birds.

PORCELAIN.
Marks.

SEVRES.
Subjects.

191

Names of Painters.

GREMONT
or

Garlands, bouquets.

GRISON

Gilding.

j
ft
g,
r
,

HENRION
HERICOURT

Garlands, bouquets.

Garlands, bouquets.

HILKEN

Figures,
c.

subjects,

HOUEY

Flowers.

HUNIJ

Flowers.

JOYAU

Detached bouquets.

JUBIN

Gilding.

LA ROCHE

Bouquets,
lions,

medal-

emblems.

LEANDRE

Pastoral subjects.

LE

BEL, Sen,

Figures and flowers

11.

Garlands, bouquets,
insects.

192
Marks.

PORCELAIN.

SEVRES.
Subjects.

Names of Painters.

or

IT

Unknown
LECOT
.

Cupids, &c.

Tj

Chinese subjects.

LEDOUX

Landscapes
birds.

and

LK GUAY

Gilding.

TO
17

Lie

GUAY

Miniatures, children, trophies, Chinese.

P
c3/
-

T
r J

LKVK, pere.

Floweis, birds, and arabesques.


Flowers, Chinese.
\
V,

LKVK,

Ills

M ,& Rachel
rlmo

MAQUKRAT,

Mowers.

BOUILLAT

MASSY

Flowers

and

em-

blem s.

or

^y

Mi'iRAUi/r, Sen.

Various

fric/es.

Cj

M^RAULT,

Jim.

Bouquets,

gnrl.'inds.

MICHAUD

Flowers, bouquets, medallions.

or

JvL

MICHEL

Detached bouciucts.
Flowers, bouciucts.

MOIRON

PORCELAIN.
Marks.

SEVRES.
Subjects.

93

Names of Painters.

MONGENOT
MORIN
or

Flowers, bouquets.

Marine and military subJ ecls


-

A
Qh
/

MUTEL

Landscapes.

NIQUET.

Detached bouquets.
Flowers, ornaments.

NOEL

I NOUAILHER, M dwc,&?Sophie [ Mowers.

DUROSEY

PAJOU

Figures.

PETIT

Flowers.

J/
J-

PFEIFFER

Detached bouquets.
Children,
subjects.

PTT 11
or

PHiuppiNEthe
elder
.
.
.

genre

7*

PIERRE, Sen.

Flowers, bouquets.

194
Marks.

PORCELAIN.
Names
'

SEVRES.
of Painters.

Subjects.

*7

or

PIERRE, Jun.

Bouquets, garlands.

PiTirou, Sen.

Portraits, historical

subjects.

PITHOU,

Ji

Figures, ornaments,
flowers.

HP
or

PRF.VOST

Gilding,

POUII.LOT

Detached bouquets.

RAUX
ROCHKR
ROSSKT

Detached bouquets.

Figures.

Landscapes.

ROUSSKL.

Detached bouquets.

SCHRADRE

Birds, landscapes.

ss
or

SINSSON,

pfcre

Flowers.

SlNSSON

Flowers,
garlands.

groups,

Sioux

Bouquets, garland^

Sioux, Jun.

Flowers

and garlands, en camaieu.

198
Marks.

PORCELAIN.

SKVRKS.

Names of Painters.

CONSTANTIN

Figures.

JO
JD

DAMMOUSK

Figures and ornaments,


Decorations.

DAVID, Alex..

DAVIGNON

Landscapes.

DELA FOSSE

Figures.

w
p.

DERICHSWEILKR

Decorations.

DESPEKAIS

Ornaments.

DEUTSCH

Ornaments.
Landscapes and
figures.

DKVKLLY, C.

D.i.

DIDIEK

Ornaments.

DKOUET

Flowers.

""' DUCLUSKAU, M'


1

Figures,

subjects,

portraits.

DUKOSEY

Gilding.

HF

FARAGUET,

llmc
.

Figures,

subjects,

PORCELAIN.
Marks.

SKVKKS.
of Painters.

99

Names

FICQUENKT

Flowers and ornaments.

FONTAINE.

Flowers.

FRAGONAKD

Figures, genre,

&c

(JANKAU, Jun.

Gilding.

GELY

....
* .
.

Ornaments.

GiiORGET

Figures, portraits.

GOBERT

ft

igurcs in enamel on paste.

0-5.

GODIN

....
. .
.

Gilding.

Gourn,

Figures.

35

GUILLKMAIN

Decorations.
|
,

HALUON,

Eug^.
HALT.ION,
^ois
.
.

.(
\

'^scapes.
Gilding,
tions.

Fran.

decora-

HUARU

Ornaments.

HUMBERT

Figures.

2OO
Marks.

rORCKLAIN.

SEVRES,
Subjects*

Names of Painters.

**

"U1
*

JUMKNNK, Kug.

Renaissance ornaments.
Flowers.

LAMHEKT
*

C =f

LANf;r,ACK

Landscapes.

LATACHK

Gilding.

LK

BBI,

landscapes.

LEOAY

....
Et.

Ornaments.

LK GAY,

Ch.

Figures, portraits.

LEGRANU

Gilding.

|^j

LICROY,

Eugtno

Gilding.

MARTINET

Flowers.

MAUSSION,

1Ic

de Figures.
Flowers and decorations.

MRRIGOT, F.

MEYER, Alfred

Figures, &c.

PORCELAIN.
Marks.

SKVRES.
.Vw/vr
/
- .

- <J|

Names of /'ffintsn.

MICAUH

(JiUlinj;.

MILKT, Optat

Decorations on

fa

yenco and

past**.

MOREAU

Gilding.

AM

MORIOT

iMgurcs, iVr.

PARrK'iTK,

I)

llr
.

Mowers.

Mowers and owa


mcnts.

PUNK

....
.
,

(iildinfi;.

POUPART, A.

o,

'R.

RKONIKK

varous
subjects.

JR
E
1,000

REGNIKR,
^ifUrt cinthe

...
.

Ilya-

|
I

ij^mv*.

|t

*v

REJOUX, 1%milc

Decorations.

RENAKD,

l^milc

)t;corations.

RiCHAKD,

I'imih;

Flowers.

2O2
Afar&s.

PORCELAIN.
Names

SEVRES.
oj Painters.

Subjects.

E^ ~D

RICHARD, Kugene Flowers.

RICHARD.
V ois.

...

I'Yan-

Ix

1)ec <>rt>ns.

rfltA!>

RICHAKI

>,

Joseph

13ecorations.

or

o^l

RICHARD, Paul

Gilding,

ROBKKT, Pierre

Landscapes.

f^ tt ^^ -**^

ROBERT, M.

(J

" lr
.

Flowers and landscapes.

ROBERT,
l ran<jots
H

Jean
.

i
)

Anisa

iS ^

ROUS.SEJ,

Figures.

SALON

....

Figures and ornaments.

PORCELAIN.
Marks.

SEVRES.

203

Names of Painters.
Louis

at^/ft

SJNSSON, Pierre

Mowers.

SWEHACH

Landscapes l
figures
.

and

TKAGKR. Jules

Flowers, birds, ancient style.

TROYON

Ornaments.

WALTER

Flowers.

POTTERY & PORCELAIN.


ENGLAND.

WILLIAM-SANS.
STAFFORDSHIRE,
1670.

WILLIAM-TALOR.
STAFFORDSHIRE
1670.

RALPH TURNOR
1681.
STAFFORDSHIRE
or

WKDGWOOD
& BENTLEY.
ItlTKSLKM, I7.S9. liTRUUIA, 1769; W. died 1795. lientley, 1768-80.

WROTHAM.

STAFFORnsiIlKIi, 1670.

Wedgwood

WEDGWOOD.
Wedgwood.

Wedgwood

WEDGWOOD
WEDGWOOD
WEDGWOOD

Wedgwood

POTTERY.

STAFFORDSHIRE.

205

JOSIAH
Feb

WEDGWOOD
2

1805

83

WEDGWOOD
ETRURIA

Ra.Wood
BUKKLKM,
circa 1730 to 1750.

WEDGWOOD
ETRURIA

Wedgwood
Etruria

Aaron

Wood
1750.

BO K SI, KM,

WEDGWOOD
(in

red or blue]

ENOCH WOOD.
BUKHLIOM, circa 1784,

died Sept 30. 1770

aged 56

KNOCJ/

II '(

WD XC UJ. /

WEDGWOOD

ENGLAND

TIIK

JOHN W&SLKY

M.A.

ELERS.
BRAD WELL,
1690, ceased about 1700.

died

Mur a.

R.

SHAWE.
to 1740.

BURSLEM, 1730

2O6

I'OTTKKY.

STAKFOKDSHIRK.

WOOD
1C.

and

CALDWKLL

W. ADAMS.
TrNSTAi.r,.
Kstablishrti 1780; died 1804.

I'UKM.KM, 1790 1818, aftrrwanls

\Vood uml Sons.

E.

WOOD

& SONS.
RUBELLA
TUNSTAU,.
Krccnt;
(i.

F.

Mowers.

fBURSLEM]

V.

l*OWE Rs

STHIIL.
Ksij'M, 1786; the \vnrkscfns4Ml 1824,

TUNSTALL
p

ALCOCK &
Mt'Ksu-.M,
I',(itulilishcrl

CO.
1830.

O T T E R I B S-

CHILD.
TUNSTAI.I,.

Smith Child,

1763.

BUKM.KM.
I0stallishc!(l

about

iSofj,

ceased 1830.

ROGERS.
T.

J.
BUKSI.KM.

LOCKETT.
ISstnblishi'd

Ivstablishecl

about 1780.

about 1780.

ROGERS.
LONGPOKT.
Ceased
1829.

Enoch Booth.
TUNSTALL.
Established 1750.

PHILLIPS, LONG PORT.


LONGPOKT.
Established 1760.

$.

A&E

Keeling

TUNSTALL.
Succeeded Booth about 1770.

LONG PORT.

/1'OTTKRV.

STAKFORDSin RF.

207

M)NGPORT.

JOavenport

x^n?^ C^TTc/jO
VOYKX.
i

So.

J.VOYEZ
LONGPORT.
lishcd 1793,

John

Davimpori

suib
(!<

IH;K,

KMnhlr.hctl ;ibimt 177;

cnnliniiwl by his sccndants to this chiy.

and

IL
R.
iK,

DANIKL.
Kstiihlislutd

Mayer.
1770,
di<-tl

HANI.KY.
r7i

abrmt

and

his son

Ralph, 1743.

WARBURTON.
CoBRiDGKnr HOT LANK,
1710,

Joseph Meyer Hanley.

&

Co.,

continued by Ins widow.

UANI.KV. Succeeded 1813, Cf?arrfu1 1830,

E.

MRYKR.

CLEWS
Warranted
COBRIDGK.
Sta-fforolsliire
Kstfiblishod circa 1814,

HANI.KV.

20

I'OTTKKY.

STAFFORDSHIRK.

fMEIGHI
MANI.I-.Y.

Kstal dished 1780 tMl by his sons,

LAKIN & POOLH.


H
K.tnhli.shtxl 1770,

\M,KY, (VUMM! about iHoo.


1 1

AM.I-.Y.

JCstablLslKid r76o.

W.

STKVKNSON II AN LEY.
MAY. 2.
1828.
~

Ncalc

&

Palmer.

HANI.KY.

Birch.

E.I.B.
H ANLKY.
Mstal ilishrd
l;isl
<

Vniury.
1 1

SHORTHOSE.
Shorthosc.

ANLKY.

tfucciwflcd rainier, 1776.

Nealc
II

&

Co.

ANLKY,

1778.

Shorthose
H ANLKY.

&

Heath.

Established about
1800.

Ncalc

& Wilson.
II

Heath about

IlANI.KY, 1778.

SALT.
HANLEY.
Established about 1815, died
1:846.

WILSON.
ANLKY,

MILES.
WIL50K
HAN LEY.
Established about 1700. his descendants about 1760.

H ANLKY.

Robrrt about 1780, and his son David about 1800.

I'OTTKKV.

KAST\V(
HANI
\V.
i

AS

IT.l'KY,

v.

T.

&

J.

HOLLINS.
Ksl.llili
-li' *!
1

S.

HOI.MNS.
Sill
J

IlAM.KV.

I??*".
I'!

Hi';.
1

.f.ihli .lirrj

I//.f.

'!

|,'.|''

IlANI.KV

I\ccliugi tn6 In
,

'/}>// c!'V
lf<r*.|.

('(>.

Nun-rrlnl hv
!M iK^n.
I. ;<

'foil

and Mav,

<;.

T.
IlANI.KV,

S NIC YD
l-'.nil
J

\V.

KIIX;\VAY. KH)<;\VAV.

HANLKY.
l.r.l
<

Vniiitv,

J.
llAM.KY,

Keeling.
J-'.iUv.iul

kiil'\v;iy
Krrlitc;,
<

tK'

Sons.
\\\\

Sucrrr.lfil

SHI
'.IIMlMM
I'l-M P,
I

ir:,
'.(Jtllr.fir-i)

Sltt

I.I

MN,

('.nitrlnU

PMrc,

J.

,'lltit

\V.

l<4'l;;\v;iv,

II4

iH^n,

IlANI.KV.

K(!i'i*til

polliM

Mann
I

&

Co.
itiiltldii

hin1<:y.

I*lai',

^ircji 1830.

2IO

1'OTTKKY.

STAI-'KOKPSHIKK.

Morlcy

&

Ash worth,

Han ley.

SllKI.'loN.

Cauldnn Plan

1
,

1850, erased

Rfio,

SUM/I HN.

Iviiabliihrd by Whitohcad, eirra 1750. Taken by 'hanipion's Company in 1782, cVasud 1825.
<

HACKWOOD &
Sili-.i;nN.
.

CO.

1842.

Catilrlon

I*1ac(i.

Ksublishcd 1860.

C.

&

1.

late

Brown, W<;sth<wd,

Monw

A.

Co.

HACKWOOD.
SIIKI.TON.

R.

& &

J.

BADDKLEY.
Established 1750.

f'ncUsun and Harding,


I,

sui '<(( "(In

riiva 1850.

SHKI/roN.

I.

E.

BADDELKY.
Succuwlcd 1780 1806.

YATES & MAY.


ablislnNl

SHKLTON.

by

Yatr.s, circa

I.

E. B.
Ibid,

SIIF.LTON.

M IN TON.

HICKS,

MKIGH & JOHNSON.


Succeeded 1806 1836.

SHKLTON.

R. M.
SHELTON.

W. &

Co.
MONOGRAM OK
Sor.oN-MjM';s.

Succeeded 1836, Ridgwuy, Morley, Wear & Co.

1'oTTKUV,

'

MiN

Ifiljl

t^TyiV;

(MIN'K)N)
KM
SrnKI-,.
Iv.Mbll'.ln'il

h nf

In- 1\\

In.

will " \IiMlnn"


lliii

1.' ,n ni|; Ini iniiit; flic* Irllr'i


1

rmln

lir
I
.

Ipju,

liV

IliMin.l.
in

tlir in. II U llirii'l'Hr


<

M,ulin^

ntm

Minion, sw.vrnli'il hy
i8j',
li<*'l

ii<v'.

llribni M, K,uly m.iiK,

MiMf"U

'.uuplirll

Minton

SPODIC.
S:

SPODK.
'clspar Porcelain,

'

Mis

HIN'S.

M.
SIUKI...
I'.iriuci

^.

n.

uilli

Ii-il I'll,

SPODIC,
SriiKl-,

SON & COPKLANI).


W.
<

Minlun'',,

lirril

iRsjt

StoKt-.,

'npfliiml, circa 1800.

I'OTTKKY.

STAFFORDSHIRE.

Copeland, late Spodc.

T.
SIIIKK.

MAYKR.
Kstablishod sibout 1760,
his sdii.

Surmidi'd by

^LATE
1

<

II.
Si

&

R.

DANIEL.

SPODK^

OKI-.,

Kslahlishrd about 1820,


HM'iC-d in

WOLKK & HAMILTON.


STOKE.
S'luKl..
I

Kstablislx'd 1776-1818. lamilton joined, 1790.

and G.

WHIELDON.
.

tiililislird 17.10;

died 1798,

wood

(Wedg-

in partniirsliip until 1759,)

KLKIN KNIGHT &


Ahout
iHyr).

Co.

LANK DKI.PU now KKNTON.

C and G. New Blanche.


C
STOKK.

FE'NTON ^STONE_WC)RKS
P'KNTON.

and G.
Blue.
1

Saxon

Alderman W. T. Copdmid purchased the Works 1 833. Copuland and Garrett, 1843.

IMYATTI
LANK
Dia.nr.
ICstnlilishcrl

about 1780.

COPELAND
STOKE.

W. ADAMS.
STOKK.
alone.

Died

1829, succeeded

by

Alderman Copeland

CLOSE &

Co.

I'OTTKRY,

STAJ'Ti KDSIf IKK.

MILKS

M.A90N

!,\NI-

KM

i.

iM.

Mason.

MASON'S
CAMIJKIAN-AKCilL

IIAKIJCV.
LAMI'.wn.
K'.i.tliti'.linl

Mason's Iron Stone China.


LANK
PKI.PII.
Iv.t;ibJi'lird ;ihout
r

abnut t7<

Stom; chiiui

pnti'tit.

irj.

SurM-ri

by

hi:, '.on.

MiMitrh -mil

S<ui, aliniit

I*ONC;T(IN

MAM..

s/yus/ey. Lane Rtnl.


LANK
KNI>.
Iv,t;il>:i',luv1

LAM

I*',M,

jiho

Bailey
LANE END.

&

Hatkin.
LANK
KNII.

orta

KMt!illi',lu*<l;ilmt

I'/itahlished nlx*ui 1790,

214

I'OTTKRV.

STAKKORDSniKK.

TURNER.
ANK
75'j;

Uncertain Marks.

Tm

Banks it ml Turner in KNI>, MIT alinn i7'a; <li'l 178*1; MirrrnltMl 1>V Ills snn.s.
1

Turner's Patent.
L\NK. KM>.
f

FKKKLING

cS:

C?

\\

illi;in

ami

Mm

Turner's ];itrnt, r8ao.

PKAKL WAR
LANK
J'*ND.

1C.

<>

CHETHAM & WOOLEY.


PEAR I, WARE.
LANK KND.
Kstablislu'd about 1790.

T.
T. GKKEN. Fenton Pottery.
FKNTON.
ICstablislioil

II.

&

O.

Wilson

&

Prouclman.

about 1800.

ADAMS &

PRINCK-

Lane Delph.
Established about 1810.

W. BACCHUS.

FENTON.
FICNTON.
Established about 1780.

Marshall

&

Co.

STAl'KORIISIItRK.

G. Harrison.
STAFFORDSHIRE.

176.9\,l\
tit
I

IM'ii.
'

!..

Iv.l.iUlili'vl
'I

1f\v
1l*<ni

17 /

he nlifiHlv

Sn.tp KMI U

,111-KI'f itf..

SHAW.
J/AN'KSHV,
Sir
I'V;iiiri
I,
i i

Mr IMI KMI
l''n\vl,r' (
,

iH

SMAKI'K,

SADLKR
SAI)LFJ<
Llvi'.UPCHii.,

MANUFACTURKR, SWADLINCOTK.
<H:

(iRKBN.

Invrntnni of trair.fi*f printing on rhlna, I75'i,

I'KNNINC.TON.

Uncertain.

..

KNtublisbrd 1760.

2l6

POTTERY AND I'ORCKLAIN.

LIVKRPOOI,

CHRISTIAN.
VERPOOL.
Kstablishwj 1760.

REID

Si

Co.

LlVKKI'OOU

L(VKKi'ooi M

Oased

LlVKKltJOL.
Established 1790, by Richard Abl>ey, afterwards Worthington & Co.

W.

Pierce

and

Co,

HKNTIIAI..

SALOPIAN
or
Salopian.
Ur.ui.KV.
1772.

Thos. Turmir.

Kstab'

Willow pattern, 1780. Died 1799.

HERCULANEUM
POTTERY.

TURNER.

HERCULANEUM.

S
So
CAUGIILIW.

>S

Turner, 1772-1799.

I'OKCKI.AIN.

SAI.nl'.

SALOPIAN".

'oi.F.HKooK DAI.K..

Tumor, 1772

1799.

liy J,

Knsc, and

XIX

Kstnhlishad 1785, Century.

218

POKfKLAlN.

WOKCKSTKK.

s
Established J. Hose. i7yo; in t8ao ho purchased Swansea iind Naiilgarw works.
.

V *

A
*

MAW

&

CO.

BKNTIIAI..

WORCESTER.

4
W.P.C,
WOIM.;STK.K.

Marks used previous

to 1780.

WORCESTER.

Marks used

before 1780.

WORCKSTKK.

i.

\i\.

\VMt:n>;sTi-

\VoKf :r.sTl-.K.
sliip, tihimt

Mail;
i7v'l, "ii

NOfiKAM
pnilltfir

nl-

h'lIN

h
<

s*

M.M'.nN,

nf \\n|r".fn

'litfi.l.

\VflKf

l-'iI'l-.U.
,

R, Iljinrnt k, i'M;iiivi

rm.

i/^M.

Wn:i

Ml

K,
;

l'iiiHi.t'.r'l
I',,iu

by

r/Mi,

jnmrtl MI i;

Chamberlain

Worcester

(V

CHAMBKRLAIN WOKCKSTKR.
mcustt
jniiied sviili li.irr 1840.

17SO;

220

PORCELAIN.

WORCKSTER.

MARKS USED ON WORCKSTER rORCKLAIN DURING THE "DOCTOR WALL" I'KKIOI), FROM 1751 TO 1783
(UK. WAI, I.

IIM>

IN 177')),

This complete list of Worcester marks duiiiu; th< best period of the factory includes The majority of them are taken, several nut given in any previous edition of Chaffers. with Mr. Hinns' courteous consent, from his Cat.do^ue. of the Collection of Worcester Porcelain in the Royal Porcelain Works Museum. Some of these are doubtless workmen's

marks rather than trade or f;ihrii)iic marks. With reference to the Worcester marks below the following remarks may he added : Marks Nos. i to $fnt are workmen's marks found on specimens of printed and painted ue decoration in the Museum of the Worcester Porcelain Woiks, Marks Nos. 57 and 58 --the open crescent arc, Mr. Hinn-, says, the must usual mark
1)1
i

fatintftt wares.

cross swords will be ; found on a black transfer cup and saucer, and the square Chinese seal on a piece decorated in pattern anything but Oriental. This is on account of the liJur fabriquc mark having been

The filled-in crescent, No. 59, is only found on bhie/r/w/A/ ware;,. Marks are sometimes inconsistent with the decoration thus the

put on before the piece was glazed or decorated. is very rare. Mark No. f4 the printed Marks No. 6r, 70, 71, are all very scarce. The other marks are more usual, and ex-

cellent

Worcester

is

frequently unmarked.

p
9A
.--

A
14

/?
15

13

16

17

18

19

20

--

rORCKLAI N.

WORCKSTKR.

22

it

V
j

=
'
45

s,
V

4
-1"

^*"

t
1

5^'
M

4'

-I-

VLUfttTi

^^
V

/r

,S.S"

C*

(c

I'OKCKKAIN.

WOKC'KSTKK.

ww
o

77

Of)

87

8K

8(J

yo 96
97

94

95

I'UTTKKY.

Lrcds

Messrs.

Km

I
iV

lartlt'V,

(iivrns

iSr

C'<.

I.KKDS POITKRV.
I.I
I

!''.

I'.llfJH'f.,

1/1^.

I.KKDS.
WourKSTl-K.

M".-r. KMI * Bum-,.


'.i.'irn

I'resrilt in;tfk

I^I-A

\VOKC EST ICR

ORC K A
:

C G
G

COMPANY

(L

Lc<:

and

('n.

WOUCKSTKK.

^%C
A'

ttft:

/JftfMw

Oco.
his f.ii.MM

cc
LKKOS.

224

I'OTTKKV.
I), I), & Co. CASTLEFORD

YORKSHIRE
FKRRYURIDGK,

POTTKRY.
Kstablished 1700, by ('.VhTi.KKORn, erased 1820. I). Uumtarctafa
;

WKDGWOOD &
KKKKVitKllKiK.
I'oinlin.'ion

Co.

DON POTTKRY.

Kstablished 171^2, by and others; joined by Ralph


in 1796.

Wed/jwond

GRKKN.
DON POTTKRY.
Yl'. XU'SI
I-

V.

I70O.

RE HI).
DONCASTKK.
J.

.NrKXit()Knrt;i!.

ICstiiblishfdnliout 1800.
C*n.

Green, in 1807

Mstublisheil 1790, by ( 'lark joined.

Rrcvrrs and

Mr. Keerl, 1^39.

ROCKINdHAM.

HULU

Established about i8ao, by

Mr.

W.

Hell.

MIDDLESBRO POTTERY CO.

MIDDLKSBORO', about i8so

to 1850.

SWINTON, called ROCKIN<;JI.\M. Established 1757, by T. Butler, &c. Tn 1807, Branickls. C'as<d 1843.

J'OTTKRY.

VORKSHIKI.

225

DIXON, AUSTIN,

Co.
;

DIXON &
SUNI>KKI.AND.

Co,

T.

l'l

.L\.

Co.

Sundcrland Pottery.
'

Scott,

Brothers

&

Sheriff Uitl
(
V? .
NI.\\M

/W/Vr v.
hy Mi.
iMrtri.

AMI

K-t,liIi ihnl

LrWIII'., .tUiilf

SUNOERI.AXM,

Jv,i;itli'hr<l jyBfl,

HKWKLL
PHILLIPS &
Sundcrland

Co.

ST.

ANTHONY'S.
fc

SHWHI.L
Co.

DON KIN.

PHILLIPS &

Sunclcrl.nml PntttTy-

MOOKK &
)

<'<)

SOU'I'HWICK.
-Hid
t

'*>,

j.

PHILLIPS,
PotKiry.

Hykon

STOCKTON
POTT 1C RY.
w.
s.

& c.

QUKKNS. WAKE. STOCKTON.


by

W,

Niuilh ;uid

I.

\Vlwillt-y.

DAWSON.
.

co,

lit

tv.liiUliiiln'il

attout iSto.

inakr of bnwii

1751, Morty, stonowsire.

226

l'ori'1'.KV

AND

rnKf'KLAlN.

UKKHY.

2a
In ri
i!
f

-*,

;;*. ly XV, ,,n K tu.uK'u

DMJHV.

'771
(

:iiKi.Mc/\-Ln.;!u<Y,

fJcforu 1780,

CHEI.SKA-DKKKY.

Used 1769

to 1780.

Used

1780.

C'KOWN Duesbury and Koan.

I'OUCKf.AIN.

227

Derby

hi KI-V.

i\,itlv

in.nk,

JDUESBURY
('UOWN UKUUY,
Marks
us**d frrwi

1780 to

ifit e,

228

POKCKLAIN.

PLYMOUTH.

I
DK.KIIY.

Courtnc.y was

Bloor's

London

YAKMnrru.
<U*crjrat<.>r,

Al nut

mm
;i

1700.

Only a

niaiiuiitcttircr.

Stevenson and t'a

in

1859,

no?
W
K
<

TI I A M

K K NT,

65^1

t^ tO.

SARUM.
Stevenson :ml Hancock, 1859.

FAYNH,
A

S.M.lsmmv.

DKKHY.

Modern.

MarcK
14

or
LOWESTOFT.
Cookworthy's Factory,

1768

I'ORCKI.AIN.

HKISTOt..

229

1770
Pl.YMNl
III.

IviMhlr.hril l^NH, hv

T
|iitii'h;i'it*il

X
,_,
(

KM.ihlr-linl 1770, by <*liampinit, \vlrn * 'ttukworthy'ti patent in Tjr/a,

a
2J
.VNWMfTii

ItaiviHt, I'IIITI-KV.

lv.i;UIr,hi*tl tyyy.
'n,

l%iti/i .tiitl

Robert As$lct<
1

7
I

London S/nvt
'

J.IIAM

NTUNKWAKK.

MAKK

17'*?;

tyyv.

7
KMI.IIAM.
\V.
*!

Morgan,

*
HKISTOI..

4-

W&OULDINO
*

June
IKLKWOKTH.
ICstfUillshcd 1760, '

by

1800.

230

POTTKKY

LAMItKTH.

LAMBETH

DOULTON'S FAVKNCE AND

STONEWARE,
OOUtTOH
6 SLATER'S

DOULTON'S KAYENCE

ARTISTS' SIGNATURES,

<E
Mius Hoi.r.

Miss

HANNAH

B. ft,\ur,o\v.

NTr,

AKTiii'K

1^.

HAUI.OW,

Miss F.

T.

fspl
Mi\ GEOKGK TINWOUTIK
Miss M. CAPKS.

I,AMI:KTII.

Mlfi'.

'KAVVI IV,

Ml'..

I'

MUM M

I\l!|,<l\\,

Mis-. K.

I.i.w

Mi,

P.t

i.\

Mr.
Mr. !IIN KVKK,

U'U

M.\ll'<llAI,l..

MARTIN'S SOUTH ALL

STONKWARK.
P81
Mil'.

K \IK

KMI ;i-

Martin Jinr

London
Mi-,:,

&

Southall

Uo>,,\

Khi-.N

R.

W.

Martin
cH:

&

BreV

London

Southall

tit,

fH;7

Martin Brothers

London
Thti.su
i'.s

&

Southall
in citrsivi;

marks uiv scratched

Kim AK

is.

POKCKLAIN.

BOW.

33

How,

Rstablibhed 1730; ceased 1775, Transferred to Derby.

?U'
A
iiovv

MARKS,

1730-1775,

T
-77
Bow MAKKS,

PORCELAIN,

HOW-

l.'H

KI.SKA

-WALKS.

Tr
r
W,
Mnlirii;i.uir, nf Tti

% x K

A
r

<

'HI.I SF.A,

iwi',f*rl iiiiiilt

(vny duty).

I1AVNKS, OILIAVVN & Di-

CAMltRlAN POTTKKY,

SWANSKA.
i

1745
I

SVVANKKA.
of

I'/itablislicrl
;

1769.

Tranhfitwal to

)iu:,*.bury,

by O. Hnyni's, 1780 removed to

1750; taken ceased i8ao, tiud

Ccti

234

I'OTTKKV

AND POKCKLAIN.

WALKS

IRELAND.

OPAQUE CHINA.

NANTGARW.

SWANSEA.
Swansea.

ISWATSuSEAl

JPILLWYNWJ

DUW.IN.

Uncertsiin.

About

1760,

DONOVAN.
Donovan,
SVVANSKA.
Marks.

Dublin.
Dt'm.tN, 1700.

Donovan, a

rlnccirutor only.

LLANRLLY.

Founded by Chranben.

In 1868, Won-iusou ami Co.

NANTGARW.

Established 1813, by
;

Billingslcy

ccasecl 1820.

Established 1856, l)y Messrs. Armstrong and McBirnuy.

Uy liAt.i.AM'Vfti

HANVIN

Publications Sold by //f


*

AVm'

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CHAKIXC; CKUSS uu.\h, I.OMXIN, \vr

MARKS AND MONOGRAMS ON KUKOPKAN AND ORIENTAL POTTERY AND PORCELAIN. lv \Vv. 'IIAI n v
*
-..

With Hi

{Mfit;,i|

Nnfirr,
n
,\ti

\\\

r,i

h M.*tttth'My

|itrrn|nl
.

!<y

*Ht

IntiTMiuf*h<ry

f'/v-.ty

irtif

f'nffpiy ,tnI nil flir \\i


uitlt

Tit hti-

M[

;t
Urrs*

Mnli,rv,*t

Ivulhrn w.ir Vrv.rJ.,

nvrt
{>

.^fin
II-

Marks ;unl Ulu,fr,ttnm,, irvr.ni ,uvJ nitrr*{ t<> Ornantrtit.d duth, Niuth I tUfiMn, with AtMiliMii

f.ni

tl

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ElCrHTIf KrIIJON, *T>N'.ti*|,KAlU,V


Kr,vt^j;i

Ar;Ml,NU'lt uv A, MAKKIIAM.

AM*

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