The latter are more usually found on Earthenware pieces. The Second mark used from 1891- 1926 reflects the addition of a ribbon surrounding the lower half of the design for the first mark on which appears the words "CO FERMANAGH IRELAND" The change in the trademark occurred in 1891 in compliance with the 1891 Mc Kinley Tariff Act and the 1887 British Merchandise Act as amended in 1891,requiring the country of origin to be specified on the article. Wherever impressed marks were used, particularly with figurines the word "IRELAND" is added.Sometimes discolouration or fading is seen in this mark.Diamond-shaped marks were used until 1883 and are coded with numbers and letters indicating the type of material (all ceramics are classified number VI), parcel number of the piece and, most helpful, the day, month and year of registry.
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Where the appointment indicates several representatives, only the one indicated first shall be considered to be a representative and be recorded as such.
(c) Where a partnership or firm composed of attorneys or patent or trademark agents has been indicated as representative to the International Bureau, it shall be regarded as one representative.
During this period Belleek also used impressed mark, with the words "BELLEEK, CO.
FERMANAGH" or "BELLEEK", or a small impressed mark of a harp or harp and crown.
During the Victorian Era in Great Britain, in addition to their hallmarking conventions, a diamond-shaped (or lozenge-shaped) Design Registration Mark (1842-1883), known as a "kitemark" was used on jewelry and other decorative arts.
These marks were stamped to indicate the date a particular design was registered, similar to a patent mark.
Since kitemarks simply register designs they cannot be relied on to provide an accurate date of manufacture.
Kitemarks from 1842-1867 consisted of the "Class" at the top within a circle, the "Year" at the top, the "Month" at the left point, "Day" at the right and "Bundle" number at the bottom.
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Kitemarks were replaced by Registration Serial Numbers in 1884.