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Designed and Handmade in England since 1873
A guide to Poole Pottery & Poole Pottery Marks -
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How to Identify Pottery and Porcelain Marks
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Poole Pottery is generally well marked and I've only ever seen one pot which looked like Poole but didn't carry a factory mark on the base although this can be obscured sometimes, particularly with Aegean ware which sometimes has dark glazed bases. Beside the factory stamp, the other marks to look out for are the pattern code, usually two letters but sometimes one or three ; the shape number , either inscribed, impressed or printed; and the decorators mark , sometimes initials but just as often a symbol. For example, the three pots below can be identified from their bases as WK pattern, shape number is unclear but its , painted by Winifred Rose , V pattern, shape , with decorator o Myrtle Bond , and E for elaborate CS pattern, shape , painted by A Betty Gooby.