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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Germany - Pg. 14



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Pirkenhammer (Cont'd) (1-6)
1-3 Fischer & Reichembach. Impressed.
4-6 Fischer & Mieg. Mid 19th century.

Poppelsdorf (7, 7A)
Fayence and porcelain.
7, 7A Mark stamped. M. L. Wessel.

Prague (8-15)
19th century porcelain factory established by Prager. Kriegel & Co. were successors.
8-14
15 Kriegel & Co.

Proskau (16-19)
Fayence factory established 1763.
16 1763-1770.
17 1770-1783. Mark in brown or grey-blue.
18 After 1783.
19 Stamped on early 19th century brownware.

Rauenstein (20-24)
Porcelain factory established about 1780. Marks in blue, red, purple and black.
20, 21 Earliest marks.
22 Probably before 1800. 23, 24 After 1800.



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