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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Germany - Pg. 13



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Moabit (1)
Porcelain. Established 1835 by M. Schuman.
1 Mark in blue generally with an eagle within a circle.

Moravia (2)
2 Frain.

Neufriedstein (3)
3 19th century mark.

Neuhaldensleben (4-6)
Marks found on mid 19th century copies of old majolica.
4 Mark impressed. H. Lonitz.
5 Hubbe Bros. Established 1875.
6 J. Uffrecht & Co.

Neuleiningen (7)
7 Jacobi Adler & Co. Established 1874.

Newmark (8)
Porcelain. About 1835.
8 Impressed.

Nuremberg (9-16)
Majolica factory established in 16th century.
9-15 Initials and names of various early potters.
16 J. von Schwartz. Established 1880.

Nymphenburg (17-29)
Porcelain factory founded 1747. Marks generally impressed. Factory first at Neudeck. Moved to Nymphenburg in 1761.
17 1753-61. Mark in blue.
18 Mark impressed.
20-29 Marks impressed or incised except when they are painters' marks.

Offenbach (30)
Fayence. Fayence. Mid 18th century.
30

Paetsch, Theodor (31-32)
Factory at Frankfort.
31 Late mark. Paetsch.
32 Early Frankfort mark. 1661-1780.

Pfalz-ZweibrŁeken (33)
Porcelain factory established in 1767. Closed in 1775.
33 Mark in underglaze blue.

Pirkenhammer (34, 35) (1-6)
Hard paste porcelain factory established in 1802.
34, 35 Christian Fischer. From 1818.
Mark stamped under glaze.



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