Blue & White pot with TWO diamond registration marks

by Taylor
(kansas city, mo, USA)

bottom - Blue & White pot  with TWO diamond registration marks

bottom - Blue & White pot with TWO diamond registration marks

bottom - Blue & White pot  with TWO diamond registration marks
showing how it is stamped on bottom - Blue & White pot  with TWO diamond registration marks
whole piece - Blue & White pot  with TWO diamond registration marks
another of the whole piece  - Blue & White pot  with TWO diamond registration marks

Blue & White pot with TWO diamond registration marks:- Hello all, I would appreciate your help. I recently purchased a small item because I thought it was nice. I got curious and started doing research on it. I found that the diamond registration marks can show what year the item was put in the English registry. The problem is that mine has TWO diamond registry marks so I am confused. I have uploaded a pic of the bottom showing the marks as well as the item itself. Any help you may provide would be greatly appreciated.


BTW, I did not spend much on it so if it turns out to be worth nothing that is fine. I would just really like to know why two marks.

Taylor

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Two diamond marks
by: Sonora Red

I cannot explain why there are two diamond registration marks on the bottom of your piece. Maybe someone else has an idea why there are two different ones.

According to thepotteries.org the mark with the F on the right hand side of the diamond indicates a production year of 1873 and the mark with the D on the right side of the diamond indicate a year of 1878.

Impressed mark
by: Lynne

From your pic it looks like there is an impressed mark which also looks like a diamond reg mark? its partially obscured by one of the stamp marks.

Lady
by: Anonymous Lady

hi, l have an heirloom piece in blue,it is an platter, mine only has one diamond mark , l do remember great granma,saying that one of her pieces had been damaged, would have to be repaired and re-registered , now l am not sure, what or if this is why you have two diamond marks, I have never seen this, I thought that this could be why! having remembered granma's word's, worth looking into as great granma was from an family Estate. mine has got different ,numbers,letters,then yours . a different pattern subject .l do remember granma mentioning this, I do hope it is of some of help .this was done on quality pieces. meaning it was of great useful item or a cherish family piece .is this why there are two!

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