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Between 19 the Newport Pottery and Wilkinson marks were classical in style with a rampant lion and crown, above a ribbon with 'Royal Staffordshire Pottery' or 'Newport Pottery'.

When Bizarre ware revolutionised Newport Pottery the 'Lion' mark soon disappeared but it continued to be used at Wilkinson's for several years.

Below is a selection of back stamps commonly found on Clarice Cliff's pottery from 1927 to 1964.

A Honeyglaze backstamp was also used extensively from 1929.

More elaborate backstamps were issued crediting tile range name in block letters above a standard Bizarre mark, and these included Crocus and Gayday.

However, at the same time many ranges or designs such as Latona, Appliqué and Inspiration, just had the name painted above a standard Bizarre mark.

This was a full mark designed to resemble the Bizarre backstamp: Wilkinson England Honeyglaze Hand Painted.

As it referred to the glaze on the body, it was again applied under-glaze.

An earthenware manufacturer at Newport Lane, Burslem. Ltd was purchased in 1920 by the Shorter family, owners of the adjacent A. From c.1927, the pottery became the base for the decorating shop and, later, the design studio used by Clarice Cliff to develop ‘Bizarre’ ware and the other shapes and patterns for which she is now well known.

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