Ceramic Trade Marks - B
Initials Used as Trade Marks - B

 

North Staffordshire Pottery Marks

 

BROWN-WESTHEAD, MOORE & CO

 

Index page for Brown-Westhead, Moore & Co

 

BROWN-WESTHEAD, MOORE & CO

Manufacturers of high grade earthenware and porcelain at Cauldon Place, Hanley
c. 1862-1904

Succeeded by Cauldon Ltd

Brown-Westhead, Moore & Co specialised in ware for export and often ware was marked with the overseas distributor or seller 

Mark

Description & date

Various printed marks incorporating the initials 'B.W.M' or 'B W M & Co' used 1862-1904. 

The name of the firm in full was also used.

 

 

 

 

The registration number 19955 indicates that the pattern was first registered in 1892

The impressed mark and printed mark BWM & Co appear on the same plate

Impressed mark

T.C. BROWN-WESTHEAD 
MOORE & Co

 

1862+

 

 

 

 

GAINSBORO is the pattern name

These two marks appear on the same plate

 

CAULDON
England

Brown-Westhead Moore & Co
CAULDON

ENGLAND

1862+

 

Spaulding & Co Chicago 

Henry A. Spaulding was best known as the treasurer of the American Committee for the Statue of liberty.  Spaulding was a jeweler who first worked for Marshal Fields in Chicago and later for Tiffany's in New York . He soon headed Tiffany's branch in Paris . It was there that he decided to open his own firm, Spaulding & CO. Chicago, which became well known in Chicago and in Paris where he had branches.

 

B-W. M & Co

 

the BWM mark was used from 1862+

the registration diamond shows that the pattern 'FLORENTENE' was registered on 23rd August 1880

 

This ware was produced for a shop 78 Rue de Turbigo, Paris.

 

CAULDON
T C BROWN WESTHEAD MOORE & Co
STAFFORDSHIRE ENGLAND

 

This ware was produced for Abram French & Co of Boston, Massachusetts who sold china, glass, earthen ware presented in a 'tasteful and remarkably luxurious setting' at their new store from 1879 to 1885


BROWN-WESTHEAD MOORE & Co
POTTERS TO HER MAJESTY
 

 


T.C. BROWN-WESTHEAD MOORE & Co
By Royal Appointment
POTTERS TO HER MAJESTY

Cauldon Works
Stoke-on-Trent
ENGLAND
 

R.S.S.& S. was probably a distributor

 

printed marks incorporating the Royal Coat of Arms

1890+

[slight variations in the wording occur]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[see: explanation of the Royal Coat of Arms]

CAULDON LTD
England
BROWN WESTHEAD
MOORE & Co
EST 1774

This mark is from 1905-20
when the company operated as Cauldon Ltd

Cauldon Ltd

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