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As we recently posted, Minton majolica used a complex series if marks including a date code symbol to mark its earthenware.
From 1898 To 1906 the letters used from 1872 to 1880 re-occur (A - I) But England should appear on the piece. Wedgwood," but wanted to know from about what year it would be. I have had this gravyboat with the excact symbols except mine has Luna underneath England.
From 1906, the sequence was continued, but the number '3' replaces the first letter, and from 1924, a '4' replaces the '3'. I don' reparto de t con las valuaciones dentro de esta sección - que está sobre la identificación de la marca de la cerámica. After many years of searching the first and only time I have seen the same symbols was yours.
If it were readable it would also give us the exact day the design was registered by Wedgwood.
There seems to be a lot of sellers on ebay trying to pass off their wares as J. There is nothing wrong with Wedgwood & Co as a company, they made nice quality wares and weren't trying to fool anyone - after all we should all be allowed to call a company by our own name (the different branches of the family had been making china tableware in Stoke for countless generations before Josiah bigged it up).The word ENGLAND does not appear on the piece so 1904 can be discounted, hence we can be certain that this particular platter was made in June of 1878.In addition to this date code we can see a faint English registration mark on the left which is too difficult to read in this example.The problem is with sellers who are 'economical' with the truth or who just don't know better. (there is NOTHING else like it online so bookmark it quick - and tell your friends).I don't do valuations myself (it's an area best left to experts, and I'm just an enthusiast working in the industry), but I've written a page especially to help visitors to my site research the value of their wares: is a unique identification & valuation resource which allows you to see if your mark is identifiable by experts without you having to pay any money upfront.