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W. H., B. & J. Richardson, (1826 - 1852)

 

Hodgetts, Richardson & Pargeter, (1863 - 1870)

 

Hodgetts, Richardson & Son, (1870 - 1881)

 

Henry Gething Richardson, (1881 - 1916)

 

Stevens & Williams, (1870 -1946)

 

Stuart & Sons, (1881 - 1936)

 

Thomas Webb & Sons, (1860 - 1920)

 

Boulton & Mills, (1864 - 1926)

 

Burtles, Tate & Co. (1850 -1920s)

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Rd# 29106;  issued in 1885, which featured a thin, barren tree braches and oversized acorns.  This motif was used on several items in different shapes, ranging from a boat setting on four ped legs to an attractive curved flower trough.  All carry the same Rd#.

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Rd# 39807;  also issued in 1885, for a "Flower Bucket" aka "Wall Pocket Vase".

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Rd# 44445; issued in 1886, for a "Flower Holder".  It was 7" long boat having stylized seashells along the top edge and two Mermaids at each end.  , that sets on four peg like legs.

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Rd# 510504;  issues about 1907 for a coal scuttle salt cellar.

 

John Walsh Walsh, (1851 - 1951)

 

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