Trademarks

Parrott & Co just showing "Registered Trademark"  - used from c1921 to c1935

Nine Trademarks have been identified to date with respect to Parrot & Company.

The original trademark registered in circa1921 showed the distinctive parrot emblem with the words "Registered Trademark" beneath the shield. By circa 1935 the parrot emblem was slightly modified and the words "Made in England" added below the Trademark text. However for "work in progress"‚Äč the bottom of the wares were overstamped "Made in England".

As "specialist" ware lines were added, new trademarks were developed with the addition of the range name above the parrot and shield.Trademarks have been found in black, blue, green, brown and gold, the significance, if any, has not been established to date.

With dinner services or multi-item sets a trademark wasn't always added to every piece in the set. Often only one or two items were marked but can be associated by their outstanding patterns.

Parrott & Co just showing "Registered Trademark"  - used from c1921 to c1935

 

Parrott & Co just showing "Registered Trademark"  - used from c1921 to c1935

This mark was also found on an early ewer. It seems to be an early version of the parrot logo - more "pigeon-like" in looks.

 

The trademark Parrott & Co showing "Registered Trademark"  and "Made in England" - used from c1935

 

Amara Ware showing "Registered Trademark"  and "Made in England"  and "Hand Painted" - used from c1935

 

Bone China showing above shield with "Registered Trademark"  and "Made in England - used from c1935

 

Coronet Ware showing above shield with "Registered Trademark" and "Made in England - used from c1935

 

Imperial showing above shield with "Registered Trademark" and "Made in England - used from c1935

Unusual trademark as only one plate found to date

 

Kiang showing "Registered Trademark"  and "Made in England and "Registered Number" - used from c1935

 

Shadow Blue showing "Registered Trademark"  and "Made in England - used from c1935