Impressed Wedgwood and J O K Pottery Mark Query with P and S

by paul hardy
(plymouth uk)

Impressed Wedgwood  and J O K Pottery Mark Query with P and S

Impressed Wedgwood and J O K Pottery Mark Query with P and S

Impressed Wedgwood  and J O K Pottery Mark Query with P and S
Impressed Wedgwood  and J O K Pottery Mark Query with P and S
Impressed Wedgwood  and J O K Pottery Mark Query with P and S

Impressed Wedgwood and J O K Pottery Mark Query with P and S:- hi i bought this some time ago at a car boot an have tried to find out some info but to no avail,it measures 19in long 15in wide,there some glaze missing off the front(but not sure if's part of the firing process)


if some one can help that would be great

thankyou.

Paul

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Wedgwood Platter
by: Blake

Dear Paul, The 3 letter group of JOK are the Wedgwood dating system marks used from 1860 to 1885. In your case, the J stands for the month of January, the O is merely a spacer and the K stands for the year 1882.
As for the P & S marks, according to the Encyclopaedia of British Pottery & Porcelain Marks by Godden, the impressed letter P was used in place of the word Pearl after 1868 to denote the piece had a Pearl body. Unfortunately, no mention is made of the S mark.
What you have is a Wedgwood earthenware Pearl body platter made in January of 1882.
I will try to see if I can find the name of the decoration on the platter and will post it if I do. You can also try by running Google image searches or searching on eBay for Wedgwood Platter or Plate and looking for a matching piece with the decoration named in the title or description.

I hope this helps.

Yours, Blake

many thanks
by: Anonymous

blake many thanks for the information very gratefull paul

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