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English Potters use of the Royal Coat of Arms

 

 


 


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Examples of the use of the Royal Arms on pottery manufacturers marks.

Some potters held a Royal Warrant and had the legal right to use of the arms - many didn't have a warrant but still used the arms, often with words such as 'Royal', 'Royal Patent', 'Royal Ironstone China'. 

 

 


Use of the pre-1837 British Royal Coat of Arms with the additional centre shield in the main shield: 

 


Deakin & Bailey
Waterloo
Warranted

Deakin & Bailey
1828 - 1830


Stone China

 Hicks & Meigh
1808 -1822

Hicks & Meigh marks often didn't have the manufacturers name. 


Folch's
Genuine Stone China 

Stephen Folch
1819 - 1829

 

 

 


 

 

Examples of the use of the post 1837 British Royal Coat of Arms:

 


Royal
Warranted Best Ironstone China
H. Alcock & Co
England

Henry Alcock & Co


Patent
Saml Alcock & Co 

this mark appears with and without the manufacturers name

Samuel Alcock



Impressed Royal Arms

Samuel Alcock & Co 

Samuel Alcock



Bridgwood & Clarke
Burslem
Porcelain Opaques

Bridgwood & Clarke



Brown-Westhead Moore & Co
Cauldon England
Potters to Her Majesty 

Brown-Westhead Moore & Co



Stone China
H. Burgess  Burslem

Henry Burgess 



Royal Patent
Ironstone
Burgess & Goddard

 Burgess & Goddard



Edward Clarke
Tunstall
Porcelain Opaque

 Edward Clarke



Royal Ironstone China
Clementson Bros
England

 Clementson Bros



Thomas Furnival & Son
England

 Thomas Furnival & Son



Royal Ironstone China
W.H. Grindley & Co
England

W.H. Grindley & Co



Royal Ironstone China
Johnson Bros
England

Johnson Bros



Ironstone China
Meakin & Co

Meakin & Co



Royal Ironstone China
Mellor, Taylor & Co
England

Mellor, Taylor & Co


Turner Goddard & Co
Royal Patent Ironstone
Turner Goddard & Co

  Turner Goddard & Co



Stone China
Anthony Shaw
Burslem

Anthony Shaw



Royal Stone China
Wedgwood & Co
England

Wedgwood & Co



Royal Patent Ironstone
Arthur J. Wilkinson
Burslem England

Arthur J. Wilkinson

 




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