Doulton & Co. Ltd.
Manufacturers of stonewares and earthenwares at Lambeth in London 1854-1956.
And also at Burslem – Stoke-on-Trent 1882 to present day.

Lambeth – London Ware

Standard impressed marks of Doulton & Watts partnership.


Standard impressed mark. 1854+
Ornamental wares date from about 1870; about this period an oval impressed mark incorporating the date of production.
Impressed mark, 1877-1880
Impressed or printed mark on earthenware,


Standard impressed mark, 1880-1902.

From 1891- ‘England’ was added below.

On small pieces 1891-1956 this impressed mark was used.
Examples of marks used on special pieces from 1881 and 
into the 20th century.

Examples of incised decorators marks found on Doulton stonewares. 
Monogram of:
Arthur B.Barlow
Monogram of:
Hannah Barlow
Monogram of:
George Tinworth
Standard impressed mark
1902-1922 and 1927-1936

Also used on wares made at Burslem.

Standard impressed mark (as above but without the crown)


Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, and Staffordshire


Standard impressed mark used on earthenware (but not on stoneware) made at the factory in Nile Street, Burslem.


Standard  printed or impressed marks, 1882

The word ‘England’ was added from 1891.

‘Made in England’ added from 1930 to the present day.

Standard printed mark from the Burslem works – together with an example the artists initials.
Standard impressed mark from 1902

Also used on wares made at Lambeth.


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