A textbook example of early industrial capitalism was the nineteenth century British pottery industry.
By using the information below you can find the date a design was registered. Remember this date is just when the design was registered.
An item with a registry mark or number could have been produced after the date of the registry mark.
He not only followed in his father’s footsteps as a potter, but he also continued to make the same type of wares.
In 1962, the Moorcroft family purchased the business from Liberty, but the company floundered for years in terms of prosperity.
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William Moorcroft founded his own pottery company in 1913.Secondly, it served as a positive marketing device to the extent that consumers viewed English pottery as a superior product.However, these two functions were apparently not overly significant because the vast, vast majority of pottery coming out of England lacked registry designation marking.The Bundle number is unimportant to most collectors. Meir & Son plate: Using the diagram, and chart above gives you February 4, 1857 D.-Day of the Month E.-Bundle Number Exceptions: 1st-6th of March 1878, W was used for the year instead of D, and G was used for the month in place of W.To give an example using the mark above the chart, you get the following information: Material-Ceramics, Design registered-August 9, 1870.Moorcroft enamels were made from 1998 only through 2006.