How to Identify Antique Stoneware Markings?

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There have been many stoneware manufactures. The best way to identify their markings is to research and compare. The following link contains the marks for old English pottery .
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How to Identify Antique Stoneware Markings
Stoneware is pottery fired to a high temperature (about 2300 degrees F). In about 1720, American potters began producing a form of stoneware developed in Europe centuries earlier---stoneware glazed with salt and decorated with cobalt blue. Salt-glazed... More »
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