Gorgeous piece I found recently, but I haven’t had any luck on identifying the makers mark.

thehumpback94

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I dug this beautiful bowl and the mark is quite faded, but is still somewhat readable. I searched for quite a while and was hoping someone might know something!
If it helps a lot of the stuff seemed to be imported from England.
 

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Jamdam

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I dug this beautiful bowl and the mark is quite faded, but is still somewhat readable. I searched for quite a while and was hoping someone might know something!
If it helps a lot of the stuff seemed to be imported from England.
I’ll check with my neighbor, the plate ware archeologist expert.
 

Jamdam

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I dug this beautiful bowl and the mark is quite faded, but is still somewhat readable. I searched for quite a while and was hoping someone might know something!
If it helps a lot of the stuff seemed to be imported from England.

Okay, here’s the word from the expert. The bowl appears to be “spatter ware” from the late 1800’s typically manufactured in Ohio, not England. He says he will be able to identify the makers mark but needs a reference book at his lab. The mark has a spread eagle motif and likely says “Ironstone China” underneath. More to follow.
 

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