A few nice china molds make maker photos I located:
Vintage Milk Glass Salt and Pepper Shakers with Flower Energy 70s Silkscreen
Image by GranniesKitchen
This set of vintage milk glass salt and pepper shakers are decorated with a green and orange flower power silkscreen.
The glass maker’s mark on the bottom indicate they had been made by the Dominion Glass Company at their Wallaceburg factory in either January of February of 1977. The mould model quantity is 1632.
Molds Left to Gather Dust
Image by Henry Hemming
Or ‘Mouldy Molds and the Saga of Spode’. Spode, after a pre-eminent china maker, saw its factory closed down in 2008. The web site now belongs to Stoke council and is falling into disrepair. The molds with which Spode’s greatest wares have been created now accumulate dust in a forgotten retailer. Spode, and indeed Stoke, are an incredible element of our heritage. Some of Spode’s greatest designs are now produced by the brand’s owners Portmerion, but basically the excellent name is all but gone. The Spode factory is an incredible portion of our heritage. There is a visitor centre, run by fantastic volunteers – go visit! Spode is in the town of Stoke, 1 of the five towns of Stoke-on-Trent. Taken 19 October 2014. I spent the day touring our pottery past with Pete Taylor (@ForrestGrump), whose much far more great photos of the day are a need to.