Anchor Shaped Pottery Marks

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Anchor shaped pottery marks. Find and identify your anchor shaped mark easily.

Painted brown or red. Bow of London on soft paste porcelain circa 1760 - 1780

Painted brown or red. Bow of London on soft paste porcelain circa 1760 – 1780

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Painted blue brown or red. Bow of London on soft paste porcelain circa1760 – 1780

 Painted blue brown or red. Bow of London on soft paste porcelain circa1760 - 1780

Painted blue brown or red. Bow of London on soft paste porcelain circa 1760 – 1780

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Bow of London on porcelain circa 1745 – 1770

Painted red or blue. Bow of London on hard paste porcelain circa 1744

Painted red or blue. Bow of London on hard paste porcelain circa 1744

Painted underglaze blue, blue, red or purple.Chelsea of London on soft paste porcelain circa 1749 - 1756

Painted underglaze blue, blue, red or purple.Chelsea of London on soft paste porcelain circa 1749 – 1756

Painted red or gold. Chelsea of London on soft paste porcelain circa 1745

Painted red or gold. Chelsea of London on soft paste porcelain circa 1745

Underglaze gold or blue. Chelsea of London on porcelain circa 1750 - 1769

Underglaze gold or blue. Chelsea of London on porcelain circa 1750 – 1769

Underglaze gold or blue. Chelsea of London on porcelain circa 1750 - 1769

Underglaze gold or blue. Chelsea of London on porcelain circa 1750 – 1769

Underglaze gold or blue. Chelsea of London on porcelain circa 1750 - 1769

Underglaze gold or blue. Chelsea of London on porcelain circa 1750 – 1769

Underglaze gold or blue. Chelsea of London on porcelain circa 1750 - 1769

Underglaze gold or blue. Chelsea of London on porcelain circa 1750 – 1769

Painted lilac, gold or blue. Derby - Chelsea on porcelain circa 1770

Painted lilac, gold or blue. Derby – Chelsea on porcelain circa 1770

Derby porcelain circa 1745

Derby porcelain circa 1745

Cream earthenware Liverpool circa 1793 - 184

Cream earthenware Liverpool circa 1793 – 1841

Impressed. Thomas Fell Newcastle circa 1700 - 1800

Impressed. Thomas Fell Newcastle circa 1700 – 1800

Sceaux impressed porcelain. Seine France circa 1775

Sceaux impressed porcelain. Seine France circa 1775

 

We hope you have found your anchor shaped pottery mark . If not there is a bible of pottery marks available from amazon

Encyclopaedia of British Pottery and Porcelain Marks

 

See also pottery marks, staffordshire pottery marks

2 comments to Anchor Shaped Pottery Marks

  • Marilyn Crespo  says:

    Just wanted to know if this is worth anything!

  • John Barr  says:

    I have a neighbour who has two Porcelain pieces.. One is a medium sized flower Bowl with Pink Roses one side & Rose Leaves. It has the marks N & I or N & 1
    ENGLAND. Impressed on the Base. It’s Blue.

    The other is a slightly larger Tall Vase, also blue with a Dutch scene on it. It has “Zeeland” in Guilt. Made in England in a circle in Black. & Hand painted in a circle in Black.
    We both watch Antique Road Show.

    She is in her late 80’s & the pieces belonged to her mother. I’m only in my early 70’s.

    Any information would be great.

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