Posts tagged “Porcelain”

JUL
27
2015

Royal Vienna Teapot

By mwilcox

Rvteapot

This small teapot measures only 4 inches in height and is in the style of 19th Century Royal Vienna porcelain. The "Beehive" marking on it is generic to a number of German and Austrian companies producing pieces copying the work or the original...

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JUL
05
2015

K & A Krautheim Dinner Ware

By mwilcox

K & A Krautheim

The K & A Krautheim, Selb, mark on this set dates from 1922-1945. After 1945, the word Franconia was added to the mark. In terms of replacement value, demand for sets like this is currently very weak, a result of downsizing by the Baby Boom...

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JUL
01
2015

Jean Pouyat Porcelain Flower Pot

By mwilcox

Limpot

This flowerpot is porcelain and dates from the turn of the 19th Century. Hand painted pieces like these are generally what's referred to as "Studio Pottery", getting it's name from the fact most pottery of this type was produced by small...

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JUN
19
2015

Ignác Fischer/Zsolnay Sleigh

By mwilcox

Zolnaysleigh

This wonderful piece most certainly is a late 19th-century example by Ignác Fischer. Fischer originally trained at his father’s pottery in Tata-Tóváros, Hungary. Fischer founded his own studio at Budapest in 1864, and originally he decorated...

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MAR
21
2015

Noritake

By mwilcox

Noritakeram

In 1910 the first china products from the Noritake company left Japan for the U.S. The first reported U.S. registry for a Noritake back stamp for importing is 1911. One of the first patterns to be produced was "Sedan". Noritake marks have been...

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JAN
26
2015

Antique Red Cross Plate

By mwilcox

Redcrossplate

This Rosenthal China Plate produced in the Year 1915, the original design painted by Ludwig Zubusch (German 1861 - 1927) to commemorate The Red Cross's and the Patriotic Women's Association's assistance during World War One (1914-18), how little...

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JAN
19
2015

Haviland Dinner Service

By mwilcox

Havecheap

This Porcelain dinner service for 12 is by Theodore Haviland. Haviland is best known for its French porcelain, but few are aware they also began production of porcelain in North America in 1936. Up until this point in time the majority of...

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SEP
30
2014

Antonio Borsato Figurine

By mwilcox

Clowns

Antonio Borsato was a very well known Italian sculptor. It's estimated he produced over a thousand different designs up until his death in 1982, the bulk of his work dates from the 1970s. He worked with a variety of objects, such as: porcelain,...

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SEP
22
2014

Antique Nippon Vase

By mwilcox

Royalnip

This antique Nippon vase dates back to 1906 to 1920. The Royal Nishiki Nippon mark was used from 1906, most of these pieces were made for the domestic Japanese market. Most of the Royal Nippon pieces are in the Art Nouveau style, which peaked in...

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SEP
16
2014

Antique Garniture Clock Set

By mwilcox

Napclock

This antique garniture clock set is a Napoleon III/Sevres style ormolu example, dating from the third quarter of the 19th century. These clock sets are often referred to as “Sevres style,” after the fact that the porcelain inserts are based on...

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