An antique British porcelain pitcher from the year 1867 with the diamond-shaped English Registry mark with beautiful vibrant colors despite the age. According to the number of the stamps, it was manufactured on July 4th, 1867 information from kovel The diamond-shaped English Registry mark was used by the English patent office since 1842 to identify pieces of English pottery, porcelain, and other products. It is easy to tell when the ceramic was made. The mark has the Roman numerals "IV" at the top of the mark if it is for a ceramic. Between 1842 and 1883) we have included an image of the stamp and the meanings. The condition is consistent with the age and use. Overall in food condition.
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