Minton has had several different markings in its more than 220 year history. These markings not only help to authenticate a piece of Minton pottery, but they also help to date it. More »

Pottery marks help identify the country of origin, manufacture date and the maker of specific pieces or whole collections. Typically found on the bottom or sides of pottery, these marks help collectors determine overall ... More »

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The Beswick pottery mark is a simple "John Beswick," "John Beswick, London" or "Beswick" print located on the bottom of a plate, cup or figurine. The mark is done in basic script writing and is most often black. More »

Some illustrated marks that help you identify antique and collectible pottery include coat of arms, initials and words, such as A. Weaver or Amberg. Some illustrated marks include various animals as well as intricate ban... More »

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To identify stoneware pottery marks, search for a mark on the bottom or inside of the pottery. If the mark is not readable, try a different light source, such as sunlight or a bright direct light at an angle, to search f... More »

Copeland Spode pottery has used over 300 different identifying marks, datemarks and backstamps since the company was established in 1770. These marks changed each time the company changed ownership. There are four distin... More »

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Pottery marks are signatures, initials and brands that appear on pieces of pottery or porcelain to indicate who made them. Not all Italian potters choose to mark their work, but for those who do, the vast majority of the... More »