Dating coalport china marks - Dating Vienna Porcelain Marks: Bindenschild & Beehive Mark


By 1796, when John Rose, Blakeway & Co moved from Jackfield to their new factory at Coalport they were producing a good quality hard-paste, fashioned in many instances after those of Flight & Barr of Worcester. The characteristics of his pioneer's effords were a greyish porcelain of poor translucency, flawed with black specks with dull grainy glaze, but stronger and less expensive than the soft porcelain of 1750-60. The wares were much superior to those of his former employer, Thomas Turner and they were very well received, justifying the opening of a London retail warehouse in 1797.


Dating coalport china marks

Dating coalport china marks