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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Germany - Pg. 18



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Volkstedt (1-5)
Established 1760 by George Macheleid. Another late 19th century factory copied all of the "hayfork" marks.
1,2 1760-1787.
3 1787-1799.
4 From about 1790.
5 Mark on late 19th century pieces.

Vordamm (6)
Fayence factory established 1840.
6 A. Franke.

Wallendorf Fr (7-11)
Porcelain factory established by Hammann in 1762. Marks generally painted in blue.
7-10
11 This mark used until protest from Meissen factory.

Wiesbaden (12,13)
12,13 1770-1795.

Witteburg (14)
Fayence manufactory here in 19th century.

Wittenberger (15)
Established 1884.
15

Wurzburg (16)
Founded in 1775 by Johann Geyger
Porcelain.
16

Zell (17-19)
Fayence works established about 1820 by F. Lenz.
17 Haager, Horth & Co. About 1850.
18, 19 Carl Schaaf. Before 1850. 19 Impressed.

Znaim (20,21)
Majolica factory founded 1835.
20 Klammerth. 19th century.
21 S. Pepovecki.

Misc.19th-20th century German Marks: (22,23)
Reissberger & Co. (22).
22
Rissler & Co. (23).
Established in Freiburg in 1847.
23



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