Dating lenox backstamps


05-Jun-2017 12:08

The first set of numbers before the slash describes the piece’s shape.

Lenox has made it fairly easy to identify the age of its china.Before he co-founded the Ceramic Art Company in 1889 with Jonathan Coxon, Walter Scott Lenox worked at Ott and Brewer of Trenton, New Jersey, a city that was home to some 200 potteries.In the late 19th century, the Ceramic Art Company was just one of many producers of porcelain inspired by Belleek.If you see the word (or associated abbreviations) “Limited,” the piece was created after 1861, while the words “Trade Mark” tell you the piece was created after the Act of 1862.



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