Ceramic Trade Marks - M
Initials Used as Trade Marks - M

 

North Staffordshire Pottery Marks

 

John Maddock & Sons Ltd.

 

Index for John Maddock & Sons Ltd

Examples of Maddock ware

NOTE: any mark with 'Maddocks' (note the 's' at the end) is an American company
and not Maddock & Sons of Burslem, England.


 

Example of date markings sometimes used on pre-war Maddock pottery: 'GV'  'XX' etched into the clay. 

.... GV meant they were made during the reign of  George V; and XX indicated in which year of the monarch's reign they were made. The twentieth year of the reign of George V was 1930. 

 

 

John Maddock & Sons Ltd.


Royal Vitreous, Majestic: Burslem, Staffordshire. 1855 - no longer in operation (was known to be in operation in the mid-1960's


Earthenware of various kinds. 
"Ltd", added to the title in 1896, many fully named printed marks, including the trade named: Vitrified or Royal Vitreous (c.1880-1896).

1842 - 55  J. Maddock;  from c.1855-70 J. Maddock "and Son" and then from c.1870 "and Sons"

Previously J Maddock

Mark

Description & date

This mark was used by John Maddock before 1855, Other similar marks can be found with the name J Maddock "& Son" added.

John Maddock & Son (NOTE: not "sons")
c.1855-70

 
Printed mark c.1880-96 
(Ltd was not added until after 1896)
Printed mark c.1880-96 
(Ltd was not added until after 1896)

Printed mark c.1896+ 

(note the addition of Ltd)

Printed mark c.1896+

 Printed mark c.1906+

This is the only mark used by Maddock with "& CO" 

Marks before and after this one all have "& Sons"

Printed mark c.1906+

Printed mark c.1927+

 

the registration number dates to 1930 

Printed mark in use in the early 1930's
Printed mark c.1935+
Printed mark c.1945+

Printed mark c.1945+

Similar to the 1927 mark but "ENGLAND" replace with "MADE IN ENGLAND"

 

The ROYAL IVORY shield mark was found on the same plate as the crown mark.

The date 'Est 1830' referes the the original company Maddock & Edwards

 

 

 

 

 

 

Printed mark c.1945+

"Ivory Ware" replaces the earlier "Royal Ivory"

Printed mark c.1955+
Printed mark c.1960+
Printed mark c.1961+

slight variations occur

 

Maddock Pottery Co of Trenton, New Jersey, America.
Printed mark c.1893-1900

any mark with 'Maddocks' (note the 's' at the end) is an American company and not Maddock & Sons of Burslem, England. 

The company dates from 1893-1915. The company was owned by Thomas Maddock & Sons, Moses Collear, C.A. May and Thomas P. Donoher.


 

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