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The BB mark is that of Worcester Porcelains of Worcester, UK. It is called the "Barr" mark as it named after former owners of factory - the Barr family. The mark dates ca 1890.
The LL mark is the mark of a Porcelain Decorating Studio of either Germany or Austria ca 1910-1930s. The impressed mark you see is for the factory that made the blank (white china) that was to be decorated by the studio.
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