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Hi, Have purchased a few bits of pottery this last weekend and am trying to establish a little more. (Only pots we have are W.German). Each mug is backstamped, saucers are unmarked. Heavily crazed inside. Wondered what range they might be from (if any)
Recently came across this heavy pot in a local charity shop and was wondering who the potter could be. It has a cartouche backstamp with The Potteries (along the top), Fulham (faint, in the middle), London (at the bottom). It's also stamped Made In
Does anyone have any information regarding Shelf pottery? I have one piece and I quite like the style. But I know little about it apart from Shelf is near Halifax (I should know that being a Yorkshire lad!). Kind regards Taylor
The only marks that I can trace resembling the conjoined NP on this jug appear to relate to Nairn Pottery in Scotland. Their mark however seems clearer and more distinct than mine. Again all thoughts and suggestions welcome and appreciated. John