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What are some pottery trademarks?

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Some pottery trademarks include Hackwood & Co., Coronet, Gingerbread Man and Rose Wood. The trademarks vary depending on the manufacturer and pottery line. For instance, trademarks for Hull Pottery included Little Red Riding Hood or LRRH to distinguish the cookie jar kitchen line.

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A.E. Hull Pottery Company acquired other pottery companies such as Acme Pottery Company with different trademarks. Early pieces had the Acme Pottery Company trademark, which included an eagle, or the Hull name with a wreath. J.W. McCoy Pottery used the trademark Rose Wood because the company itself was established in Roseville. Pottery from North Staffordshire contains many trademarks ranging from Eastwood for the William Baddeley company to CB 376 for Charles Bourne pottery.

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