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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Germany - Pg. 17



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Teinitz (15-18)
15-18 F. L. Welby. Mark impressed or stamped

Teplitz (19)
19th century factory. Frilly figures,vases, etc.
19 E. Wien. There are other marks, most of which incorporate this name.

Tettau (20)
20

Thieme, Carl (21,22)
Established at Potschappel in latter half of 19th century.
21, 22 In blue.

Tillowitz (23)
23 19th century.

Vienna (24-27)
Porcelain factory established 1718 by DuPaquier. Pieces never marked during DuPaquier Period (1718-1744). In 1744 it became a state manufactory and adopted the Austrian shield as a mark.

24-27 The Bindenschild mark from 1744-1749 was painted as a rule in iron-red, purple or black but sometimes also impressed or incised in the paste in more or less irregular form. From 1749-1827, the mark was painted in underglaze blue for the first thirty or forty years somewhat slantways, rather large and in thick strokes. Between 1770 and 1810 it became smaller, and rounded in shape. After that, for a long time it was long and narrow and in the 1820's it was almost triangular. In 1827, the blue mark was superseded by an uncolored impressed mark of more regular shape. The last two numerals of the year were often impressed from 1783. The last three after 1800. The factory closed in 1864. Since then many modern reproductions with similar marks have appeared on the market.



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