Antique Ceramics: Imari Bowl

Can anyone help me identify the makers marks on this imari bowl and saucer?

by Richard (ENgland, UK)

Imari Bowl and Saucer

Photo shows my Imari Bowl pattern & the Makers Marks

I have an imari bowl and saucer which has been used to house a small plant pot for years.

I thought it might be an idea to try to identify the marks on it but after hours of searching pages and pages of porcelain marks on line I have drawn a blank.

I wonder if anyone can help me identify the makers marks on this imari bowl and saucer.

Any and all help appreciated, thank you.


Comments on Richard’s Imari Bowl and Saucer

Identifying Porcelain Mark by: Kat

Hi Richard, your imari bowl and saucer mark is attributable to items produced by the Dresden Porcelain Co. of Blythe Works, Longton. One of the Staffordshire Potteries.

It was previously known as T Forrester & Son and afterwards as the Blyth Porcelain Co. Ltd.

The makers mark dates your item to between 1896 and 1903.

1 Comment

  1. Jody May 12, 2014

    Good morning,

    I have a tea set with the same factory mark on. I am trying to find out about the company but am struggling. I am also hosting a coffee morning and was planning to use the set, I don’t want to do this if it turns out that it may be valuable.

    Can you please point me in the right direction, or share any information you may have?


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