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Since the contemporary meaning of a character was a letter of an alphabet then ‘Irish characters’ should refer to the potter’s mark as being of Gaelic letters.
Just before publication of this article, I had the opportunity to inspect these items in detail as it was discovered that they now mostly reside in the "study collection" at the Victoria and Albert museum, having been transferred there from the Museum of Practical Geology in 1901.