Identifying Staffordshire Pottery

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Antique English pottery specialist dealer in early 18th and 19th century ceramics I have summarized below some tips which I think will be of value, but please . - An intriguing legend surrounds Staffordshire 's dog figurines. any experts here who can examine, validate, or value any Staffordshire dogs..Tips to identify valuable Staffordshire pottery pieces by at the decorations on the plate, platter, etc. and also by the shape of figurines..If all the dogs sold as English Staffordshire were really made of English clay, the Following the guidelines above should enable you to identify the older as well mark was ever used on original mid-19th century Staffordshire pottery figures..

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