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Posted by Seamus Nolan on December 29, 2017, 6:10 am, in reply to "Re: SYRIA
I had thought the image was pretty generic alright, I have ordered a booklet from the Scottish Pottery society which I hope may go into moire details about illustrators working in the Verreville factory. One thing I was wondering, it possibly doesn't apply unless the piece was being exported to America but following the 1890 Tariff act would it have been necessary for all manufacturers to put the country of origin on the piece, even if exporting to Ireland etc?
Just asking because I have also not seen the back stamp but I found a very good site to identify the marks the only two that are similar, that I could find was the Chelsea then Derby circle with anchor in the middle, or the American Anchor Pottery Co est. 1894
I will look into the Llanley link, (just noticed they are not even mentioned in the encyclopedia of British transfer-printed pottery patterns, I have been referencing)
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