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"Napier" stamp and 4 dot mark on platter - can you ID?

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"Napier" stamp and 4 dot mark on platter - can you ID?

Post  karniecoops on Sun 6 Jan - 11:19

We received an enquiry via the Napier Pottery Club regarding a platter a lady inherited from her grandparents.  She would like to know who the maker is.  Is any one able to identify the stamp and markings?

Yours hopefully, K.


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Re: "Napier" stamp and 4 dot mark on platter - can you ID?

Post  Ev on Sun 6 Jan - 14:29

Hi there, this beautiful dish was made by Ridgway Potteries in Staffordshire, England.
There is plenty on the internet about the history and maybe you can pinpoint this pattern if you are lucky. Good luck
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Post  karniecoops on Sun 6 Jan - 14:33

Thank you so much!
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