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Post by big ed on June 6th 2014, 3:04 pm



Linthorpe plate , chip on underside , signed dresser & HT & Number
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Post by big ed on June 6th 2014, 3:05 pm



I don't know how rare the Dresser And Tooth mark together is .
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Post by studio-pots on June 6th 2014, 5:52 pm

They are usually together and would be from the first few years of production i.e. 1879 -1882.

Henry Tooth left the company in 1882 and Dresser's services as a designer were also curtailed that year, although the shapes designed by him continued to be used.

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Post by big ed on June 6th 2014, 8:11 pm

Ok , ta  Excellent 
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Post by studio-pots on June 6th 2014, 9:27 pm

The jug that I bought at the Boot Fair the other week is a Dresser design (I have seen examples on the internet stamped as your plate) but clearly sometime from 1882 until the factory closed seven years later.





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Post by denbydump on June 22nd 2016, 2:04 pm

A good history of the pottery is here:

http://www.dormanmuseum.co.uk/documents/LinthorpePotteryabriefhistory.pdf
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Post by NaomiM on July 27th 2017, 11:04 pm

I've moved the last few posts to ID My Pottery as there was a question mark over its attribution

https://www.20thcenturyforum.com/t21279-linthorpe-vase

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Post by Mordeep on July 28th 2017, 2:24 pm

Lots of items get attributed to Linthorpe because when the factory closed the molds got sold to various other companies to continue production. Most famously Ault who marked with Christopher Dressers name I assume by arrangement. Most did not mark and kept making until at least the 1920's.  

With Dresser Linthorpe attributes the rule of thumb is that if it has a number under a 1000 it has a high chance of being a Dresser design. Over a 1000 he went part time / cut his links and the chances are slim.
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