Dating sevres porcelain marks

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We also like to know your general location such as city, state, country, region, etc. We will honor your wishes and appreciate your help. In business from under the name Abdingdon Sanitary Manufacturing Company, making plumbing fixtures. The name was changed to Abingdon Potteries in In business since He inherited this beautiful hand painted bowl from his Mother.

It measures 12" wide x 8" across x 7" tall. Unidentified, but was probably an exporter in Bavaria, Germany. Foreign in the mark was for export purposes. A porcelain factory and decorating studio in Limoges, France. The France CA mark is the factory mark. Ahrenfeldt Limoges mark is the decorating mark. This was their wedding china given to them by her two brothers. The word Depose is French for registered.

Klingenberg, A porcelain factory and decorating studio in Limoges, France; whiteware mark used c. Found by Karen in Florida among the treasures left by her mother-in-law, Helen. AK Limoges France, A. Klingenberg, A porcelain factory and decorating studio in Limoges, France; decorating mark used c. Klingenberg and Charles Dwenger.

A decorating mark used c. The green star is a whiteware mark used c. Demitasse Cup and Saucer owned by C. A Bohemian porcelain factory no longer in existence. This mark is dated c. E-mail if you can help. The mark was apparently put into use in The sources differ as to when it ended.

One says , one says , and one leaves it open-ended. Two beautiful demitasse cups from Arnart sent by a viewer. Picture of vase is courtesy of Suzan in Oregon. Please e-mail if you can any additional information about the vase.

Suzan is wanting to sell it. If interested , click on this link of our website for more information. Lucio in Extremadura, an independent region in Western Spain, shared pictures of the dish he inherited from his grandmother. It was acquired sometime in the years of in Valladolid or Madrid. That is compatible with the years this mark was in use c. Tony Booth in Brisbane, Australia, shared pictures of his plate that he purchased at a charity sale everal years ago in Brisbane.

This beautiful unmarked plate is possibly of Austrian origin. Found on a hand painted sugar bowl and creamer that appear to be of Austrian origin. The creamer has a red beehive and the word Austria. Both pieces have the unknown red mark that appears to have an big M with a C and O behind and the words Trade Mark at the bottom. Marjorie Hancock of Lynbrook, New York, inherited these beautiful pieces from her father who was born in Marjorie believes these may have belonged to his grandmother.

The pieces appear to be handpainted. This signature, Dussons, is found on the pieces. Directory of European Porcelain by Danckert, page Porcelain Factory, Haida, Bohemia. This previously unknown mark was identified for us by Monika in Berlin, Germany. Graeme said the set has been in his family since at least and that it was a wedding present to his grandparents from their grandparents and may have already been in the family much earlier.

These cups and saucers owned by Elizaveta in South Florida, are yet other examples of products with this mark. Austria, blue overglaze mark, c. Owned by Carole Ray in Douglasville, Georgia.

Please e-mail if you can help. Possibly that of P. Leonard, a New York importer of porcelain, who used a very similar mark c. Austria, Imperial Crown China. They also had a decorating studio in Limoges, France. Their main office was in New York City. Years of operation were c. This mark was put into use in by a joint stock company established for carrying on the former state-owned Vienna Porcelain Factory which was closed in Found on this vase owned by Morgan Cottle of Ashland, Oregon.

Aynsley Bone China, England. The second mark is for Ovington Bros. Her grandmother purchased them brand new in New York City sometime prior to The set is now missing 12 saucers and KSH is trying to replace them. If you have any knowledge of this unknown pattern or a source for the saucers, please see our new "Requests" link for contact information for KSH. Aynsley Fine Bone China, England.

Unidentified, but probably a retailer or exporter who distributed JKW products under their own name. Found on several JKW items. Please e-mail if you know. Found on this cup and saucer from Donna.

Found on this coffee set owned by MC in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Beautiful applied gold designs on cobalt blue. Bavarian Autumn Hand Painted. Found on this tray which is a transfer pattern with hand painted finishing rather than actually hand painted. Pattern name is Autumn. Signed Alberti, who probably added the hand painted touches and the gold trim on the rim.

See further comments in next section. Pictures of tray and mark contributed by L. Found on examples of hand painted and hand decorated porcelains that are signed by artists who are most likely American China Painters. My speculation is that this overglaze green stamp was provided for application on the whiteware after decoration with the flower pattern that was copied by the artists. Pattern name is Crimson Rambler.

Please e-mail if you can verify this one way or the other. Contributed by Christopher Buck in UK. Belleek Pottery Company in Ireland. See Royal Rudolstadt Beyer and Bock. Both marks are exporting marks used by Blakeman and Henderson who were exporters, not manufacturers or decorators Source: Floradora is the pattern. See Rudolstadt Bohne Sons, Ernest. See Coronet Brauer, Jul.

Possibly a New York City decorator. Pictures contributed by A. Apparently, he was given honorable mention for his products at the Exposition.

A chronological list of Wedgwood marks & cyphers to assist the Wedgwood collector in dating collectable Wedgwood pottery and porcelain. Coalport Porcelain & Dating Coalport Marks. The Coalport porcelain manufactory was a market leading pottery throughout the s, it produced a staggering range of porcelain products of all shapes and types.

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