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The company was taken over by the Worcester Royal Porcelain Company, Ltd. The mark shown above was used from 1889 to 1902, and it includes a date code, in the form of a letter, under ENGLAND, which indicates the year of production.
A for 1891, B for 1892, C for 1893, and so on until L for 1902, the year in which the Grainger porcelain works were shut down.
Type 2A and Type 2B coddlers have a reference number, R #561564 in a box below the circle. This mark has been seen on a coddler with a silver lid. Type 3 backstamps consist of the characters C51 in a circle topped by a crown.
The number of dots indicate a the year of manufacture of the piece. In 1916 RW started adding other symbols and marks to the dot code. On egg coddlers, it seems that they stopped using the date codes early.
This coddler was probably manufactured for the restaurant trade. Here is a table backstamp characteristics of those similar types. The threads are the less dense (one or two threads on the lid, three or four on the rim of the top), newer style, as are all coddlers later than this type. Here is a table of backstamp characteristics of those similar types.
Type 5C has the W inside a circle, with the words ROYAL WORCESTER above the circle, PORCELAIN beneath the circle, and MADE IN ENGLAND in smaller print below that. Type 5D has the W inside a circle, with the words ROYAL WORCESTER above the circle, PORCELAIN beneath the circle, and MADE IN ENGLAND in smaller print below that. The text in this backstamp is smaller in size than in Type 5C. Here is a table backstamp characteristics of those similar types. Outside the circle appears ROYAL WORCESTER above and FELDSPAR CHINA below around the outside of the circle. This type is like Type 5B without the word BRODIES and with the newer screw threads. Type 9 coddlers have a backstamp with the stylized script W inside a circle.
The business had different names over the years as Grainger partnered with others: Grainger and Wood, Grainger and Lee.
George Grainger took over the business when his father died in 1839.
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Under the circle is written MADE IN ENGLAND or just ENGLAND.