backstamp

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backstamp

(ˈbækˌstæmp)
n
a mark stamped on the back of an envelope by a post office to indicate the date and place of its arrival
vb (tr)
to mark with a backstamp
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Though Stoin's skills were known and widely respected during his lifetime, his pottery was rarely signed with anything other than factory backstamps.
All current and withdrawn Lladro pieces can be found in catalogues, which are also listed on the company's website, in the "Historical Catalogue" in the case of the latter, and authenticity can be checked by comparing from in backstamps and incised logos, which are also illustrated there.
This is an invaluable and beautifully-produced atlas of more than 2,000 patterns, shapes and backstamps.
You don't mention whether there are any backstamps on the base, or incised marks Value pounds 80/120 a little more if it is one of the manufacturers mentioned above
But as a result of concerns expressed by the ceramics industry into goods bearing false or misleading backstamps and problems with imports infringing intellectual property rights, it was agreed between the Economic Secretary, Treasury, Customs and Department of Trade and Industry that the administration fee currently charged by UK Customs should be abolished from the beginning of October.
Backstamps will be dual-branded, with both the Wedgwood and the Vera Wang names.
He said plans were still being finalised but the company is expected to continue using the backstamps of both brands.
NEW YORK-As the feeling of patriotism waves through the country, some tabletop manufacturers are highlighting their American-made products, whether it be by using backstamps, point-of-purchase graphics on displays or making specific products to advertise the fact.
This book is a wealth of information on patterns, backstamps and dating pieces.
For the pattern's 40th anniversary next year, Royal Doulton has created several new products with special backstamps that coordinate with the original pattern through the design theme of a ruby ribbon.
An expert's eye is required to correctly identify those backstamps.
The reader who is extending his or hers collection will find great benefit in the three index arrangements or pattern names, numbers and backstamps are set out clearly.