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So in no particular order, here are a few rules of thumb, to keep in mind when bidding on china on Ebay.Well I've never written a guide before, I hope that when you are out treasure hunting, you will develope a little mental checklist as I have of what to look for when turning over and inspecting all those wonderful china items for sale out there. There is a hand written pattern number of B5081 and this set is puzzling as I cannot find out anything about it or anything similar on the internet????? The design is inside the teacups and is an emerald green colour with a swirling gold pattern and rim.The outside of the teacup is white with a gold band around the base, centre of the cup and rim as well as on the hand.The backstamp mark can be dated to between 19 making it late art deco but not of the extreme Claris Cliff 'Bizarre' type.After this time, the stamp is similar but has an 'EST. Aynsley often did not name their patterns but simply gave them a number. It is strange to think of this lovely set being produced in the period of the great stock market crash and before the Second World war. In 1875 Titus Hammersley died and was succeeded by his son George Harris Hammersley.

The fact is the markings that are stamped, painted or impressed on the underside of most antique items can help you tell a great deal about a piece other than just who made it.

The name of the pottery manufacturer and an approximate date of manufacture can be discovered if the piece of pottery has a backstamp or the silver item has a hallmark.

A makers mark that they have learned over many years spent researching and studying antique marks.

The design was then marketed commercially as the 'Windsor" pattern.

The company's profitability from sales of its tableware, giftware and commemorative items made it a desirable acquisition and in 1970 John Aynsley and Sons was taken over by Waterford and renamed Aynsley China Ltd.

Aynsley and Sons, Ltd, Longton, Staffordshire 1864-1971 Part of the Waterford Glass Co.

Ltd Purchased by the Aynsley Group PLC in1987 who then purchased names and patterns of Hammersley China Ltd, and Palissy Pottery Ltd.

In 1987 there was a management buyout of Aynsley China Ltd.

and then in May 1997, Aynsley China was acquired by The Belleek Pottery Group of Ireland.

is a British manufacturer of bone china tableware, giftware, handpainted figurines and animals and commemorative items.

The company was founded in 1775 by John Aynsley in Lane End, Longton, Staffordshire.