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If rough surfaces, plane scrapes, and tool marks are evident inside the piece of furniture, or on the back or bottom surfaces, you're probably looking at a pre-1860 model.

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The Staatliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Meissen as it was known began production in a broad array of shapes, colors and decoration, and in 1719 Augustus brought to the factory top painters and sculptures to create revolutionary new designs and colors for the company.Meissen was unchallenged for supremacy until the mid 1750s by the French royal factory at Sevres, France.his company came into being on the dissolution of partnership of the Kerr & Binns partnership when W. The main personalities were Richard William Binns, acting as what we would now call the Art Director, and Edward Phillips, a Staffordshire earthenware manufacturer, in charge of production.William Litherland, a Liverpool retailer, was also a shareholder in the new concern.Inclusion of the word 'Royal' in a firm's title or trade name suggests a date in the second half of the 19th century, if not a 20th-century dating.Inclusion of the abbreviation 'R N' (for Registered Number) followed by numerals denotes a date subsequent to 1883.Marks incorporating the word 'Limited', or the abbreviations 'Ltd', 'Ld', etc., denote a date after 1861, and most examples are much later.Incorporation of the words 'Trade Mark' in a mark denotes a date subsequent to the Act of 1862.

'Made in England', 'Made in Germany' and so on, denotes a 20th-century date.On some pieces - presumably Kerr & Binns' blanks decorated soon after the new company took over in 1862- only the printed crown is visible, added over circular device.On some small pieces there was only sufficient room for the printed crown device.The Royal Worcester mark basically comprises the Kerr& Binns circular device, inside which are four cursive "W"s, with a crown added at the top.These marks can occur impressed or printed over the glaze.Italian and French craftsmen had replicated porcelain only by creating a soft paste porcelain of white clay and ground glass, not the white kaolin clay used by the Chinese.