Identifying Jackfield Ware

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- Althoughociated with the town of Jackfield in Shropshire, this ware was also commonly produced in Staffordshire by potters such as . - Following last week 's post, There 's Jackfield Afoot, I received the following question: Trailed slipware redware plate NPS P.o by Norm Eggert Do you feel that you can confidently identify the different types of redware?.Jackfield Antique Collectable: Lo.ng for Jackfield ware was originally a black glazed pottery made in Jackfield, England, from . Early examples .Whiteware: As a ware group, whiteware includes all refined earthenware exhibiting is difficult to identify, as is early versus later ironstone Lofstrom et al. . 1795-1820. 14a. II. Jackfield-type Indeterminate. 1740-1850. 15. II. Jackfield..

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    Mike Smith - I have a Royal Doulton vase 40cms in height.The base colour is dark blue.There is a pitted gold based pattern approx.25cms wide with a beaded rim around the top and bottom.On the gold base are pale green leaves and cream flowers.On the base of the vase,next to the Royal Doulton sign,are the numbers .

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