You can look for your mark by shape (below) or you can use the mark search box
on the bottom right of the page. To scan by shape, look at your mark and ...
How to identify porcelain / pottery markings, or manufacturers marks? For
example, if you think your piece was made in Germany click on "Germany" to find
The Antique marks reference is your guide to antique pottery marks, porcelain
marks and china marks. It also includes antique periods and artist marks.
To further our understanding of 20th century porcelain marks our friend Elyce .....
that suggests that this marking did continued to be used in-between the wars.
The only rule that is really certain when it comes to Chinese porcelain marks, ... It
is also far from certain that the practice of marking porcelain with the word ...
Identifying a mark on a piece of pottery or porcelain is often the first step in
researching the value of these antique and collectible pieces. This guide
These links have useful information on printed and impressed marks used on
American, English, European, and Asian ceramics, pottery, and porcelain.
Whether its English pottery marks or German porcelain marks, Japanese vintage
backstamps or Chinese seal marks, the abundance of unknown branding logos ...
Includes: thousands of antique identification marks, marks are clues to an
antique's ... of maker's marks and trademarks found on antique pottery and
porcelain. ... I have a small pitcher that resembles gold carnival glass but has no
Our newly launched website includes marks, stamps, chops and/or signatures
usually found on the bottom of ceramics, pottery, porcelain, stoneware, etc.