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Staffordshire Ceramics10 of 126Edwardian James Plant, Art & CraftGenuine Staffordshire Hand Painted Floral Dish
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    Posted 1 year ago

    daisysdukes
    (13 items)

    Just trying to get any info on this broken piece of what I assume to be a old plate. Unfortunately it's broken and didn't see any other pieces in the dirt with it.

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    1. racer4four racer4four, 1 year ago
      It looks like Staffordshire pottery to me and I think the W is the pottery mark and Brookside is the style (just my opinion here) Check this page for possible makers:
      http://thepotteries.org/mark/w/index.html
      and this page gives a date range around 1895 looking at the Registered Number stamped on your piece. (Rd No 25569?)
    2. racer4four racer4four, 1 year ago
      Sorry this page:
      https://pottery-english.com/staffordshire-pottery-marks/
    3. truthordare truthordare, 1 year ago
      According to my book by Chad Lage, in his chapter about registry marks, this dates between 1895-96 according to number. Which also confirms the England mark, that was required for Exports to the USA early 1990s.

      Could not find the simple W mark, hops somebody else does, there were several English ceramic makers with that letter in their names.
    4. truthordare truthordare, 1 year ago
      that was 1890s not 1990s......sorry.
    5. Katsuripottery, 1 year ago
      There is a Brookside Pottery in England, you can contact them at brooksidepottery@hotmail.co.uk maybe they will be able to help you,regards
      Katsuripottery
    6. Katsuripottery, 1 year ago
      Did you ever find out more about your plate
      regards Katsuripottery

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