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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Denmark - Pg. 1


Copenhagen (1-9)
Porcelain factory founded 1760. Three wavy lines in blue under glaze. Fayence works esisted here in early 18th century.
1. 1775 to present day
2. Found on revivals of old production
3. From 1889

4. Bing & Grondhal Established 1853.
5. Uncertain mark.
6. 1760-1768 Frederick V.

7 Naestved. H. A. Kahler.
8 From 1853. Bing & Grondahl.
9 1753-1770. On fayence. Jacob Fording.

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