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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Germany - Pg. 1



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Aich (1-3)
1 Impressed.
2, 3 Artists initials.

Alt Haldensleben (4)
Factory of hard paste porcelain. M. Nathusius.
4 Mark stamped in blue.
Both pottery and porcelain. Established 1813.
Altrohlau (5-9)
5, 6 A. Nowotny. Impressed and in blue.
7-9

Amberg(10)
Late 19th century.
10

Annaburg (11)
Established 1874.
11 A. Heckmann.

Anspach (12-18)
Porcelain factory founded about 1758-1759.
12 Signature on early fayence.
13-18 On porcelain.

Arnstadt (20)
Established about 1808.
20

Aussig (21)
Established about 1840.
21 Joh Maresch.

Baden (22, 23)
1753-1778. A 19th century mark on Porcelain. From 1849. fayence is BADEN impressed with a shield.
22, 23 In gold.

Bayreuth (24-32)
Fayence
24, 28 Pfeiffer (1760-1767 ?)
25, 26, 27, 29 Knoller (1720-1745)
30 Frankel & Scbrockh (1745-1751)
The weight of authority holds that no porcelain manufactory ever existed at Bayreuth in the 18th century. Some skillful decorators (Hausmaler) painted on Meissen porcelain at that time. 31 is attributed to the Bayreuth workshop of J. F. Metzsch.



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