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In the late 1700s Worcester were among the first to use the Bute shape for teabowls, tea cups and coffee cups.

The presence of the crescent mark dates these items to the Dr Wall period and they are all very similar in shape, size and decoration to those made in the same period by Caughley.

It being easier and cheaper to put an extra dot on existing copper plates than make new ones.

This continued until the dots became un-manageable and then Worcester marks changed to different shapes, all printed beneath the circle.

1916 – * under circle 1917 – * plus – * plus 2 dots 1919 – * plus 3 dots 1920 – * plus 4 dots 1921 – * plus 5 dots 1922 – * plus 6 dots 1923 – * plus 7 dots 1924 – * plus 8 dots 1925 – * plus 9 dots 1926 – * plus 10 dots 1927 – * plus 11 dots 1928 – open square 1929 – open diamond 1930 – division sign1931 – 2 linked circles 1932 – 3 linked circles 1933 – 3 circles – 3 circles 2 dots 1935 – 3 circles 3 dots 1936 – 3 circles 4 dots 1937 – 3 circles 5 dots 1938 – 3 circles 6 dots 1939 – 3 circles 7 dots 1940 – 3 circles 8 dots 1941 – 3 circles 9 dots Worcester continued this sequence until 1941 when there were 9 dots and the triple circle mark.

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In January 1989 new factory stamps were phased in with N in place of the M and soon afterward black numbers were introduced.

In 1891 the mark changed, No date code was used but ‘Royal Worcester England’ appeared around the circle 1867 – 67 or A 1868 – 68 or B 1869 – 69 or C 1870 – 70 or D 1871 – 71 or E 1872 – 72 or G 1873 – 73 or H 1874 – 74 or I 1875 – 75 or K 1876 – 76 or L 1877 – 77 or M 1878 – N 1879 – P 1880 – R 1881 – S 1882 – T 1883 – U 1884 – V 1885 – W 1886 – X 1887 – Y 1888 – Z 1889 – O 1890 – a1892 – 1 dot on left of crown.