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Josiah Wedgwood started marking his production in about 1759, impressing his name into the underside of the pottery with printer’s movable type.

The resulting mark was often uneven and sometime arced.

In recent times the words Etruria and Barlaston and the name of the pattern have in many cases been printed in addition to the trade mark.

From 1769 to the present day this mark has been impressed in the clay on Queens Ware, or printed in colour.In addition to these, the style and method of production should be kept in mind as giving clues to dating.Dating Wedgwood can sometime be very difficult as apart from the Trademark there are also in some cases letters that accompany the marks to give a more accurate manufacture date and most old pieces have this second mark.In 1765, according to Antique Marks, Queen Charlotte was so pleased with the pieces that Wedgwood had crafted for her, that she gave him permission to call them ìQueens Wareî ñ and the queen’s support really boosted Wedgwood’s reputation and sent sales booming. Yes and no ñ it depends on what you’re looking for.Wedgwood on the whole is not difficult to find, but specific pieces ñ especially pieces with rare maker’s marks or those that were produced in limited quantities ñ are tougher to find.

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