Ceramic Trade Marks - A
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North Staffordshire Pottery Marks

 

CHARLES ALLERTON & SONS

Index for Allerton

 

CHARLES ALLERTON & SONS

Manufacturers of earthenwares and china at Longton.
Lustre decoration a specialty.
C.1859-1942

Many differing marks occur with the name or initials of this firm.

Some marks have an 'established 1831' date  incorporated in the marks  - this date was taken from the previous company Alterton, Brough & Green

Allerton ware from the 19th C was not often marked.

 

Mark

Description & date

CHAS ALLERTON 
& SONS
ENGLAND

C A & SONS

ALLERTONS LTD

 

 

 

These printed or impressed names and initials of differing designs were used.

Often the name of the individual pattern was included.

 


C Allerton & Sons
TORO is the pattern name
pre 1891

 

From 1891 onwards marks included 'ENGLAND'  


 


Charles Allerton & Sons
England
c1891 - 1912


Chas Allerton & Sons
England
Imperial Semi China
c1891 - 1912


C Allerton & Sons
Staffordshire
England
c1891 - 1912

 

 

 

 

Printed marks 1891-1912

After 1912 the '& Sons' was not used. 

 


Allertons
England
 

Printed marks 1890-1912



Allertons
England
 

Printed mark

c1903-12

 


Allertons
Est 1831
Made in England
In 1912 the business was taken over by Cauldon Potteries Ltd and were operated under the name 'Allertons Ltd'  

c.1912+

These marks have an 'established 1831' date  incorporated in the marks  - this date was taken from the previous company Alterton, Brough & Green


Allertons
England

MEREDITH is the pattern name


Allertons
England
Old English
Bone China

 

 

c.1915+


Allertons Ltd
England


Allertons Ltd
England
Semi-Porcelain

 

 

c.1915-29


Est 1831
Allertons Ltd
England

 

c.1929-42

These marks have an 'established 1831' date  incorporated in the marks  - this date was taken from the previous company Alterton, Brough & Green

 

  

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