IDENTIFYING PORCELAIN MAKER'S MARKS
Sometimes you just really want to know who made a piece of porcelain years and years ago. You can see the mark, but you just have never heard of it before and you don't know enough info really to google it. This site only gives a picture and the name, but at least it's a start. I wish it had more info about the company itself. Well if you’re looking for a site to do this, I just found a great one, although it didn’t have the one that I’m looking for right now. They have a picture of the maker’s mark and then identify the maker. They also have an interesting glossary that identifies some of the porcelain lingo that’s harder to figure out and explanations of many things you’d not even thought about at all. The question and answer area is also fun to read. It’s like reading an antique magazine. Visit and enjoy!