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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Germany - Pg. 5



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Dresden (1-40) (Cont'd!)
10 K. H. C. W. Konigliche Hof-Conditorei Warschau (Royal Court Store-room or Pantry Warsaw). Palace mark. Other similar palace marks used in the 18th century.
11 About 1725.
12 Only a few pieces are known with this unexplained mark. Perhaps a palace mark or a mark on a service begun to order but never finished. It is found on spurious pieces made in modern times.
13, 14 1745-50.
15 1724. Very rare.
16, 17 1763-1774. Called "King's Period", "Dot Period" and "Academic Period".
18 Marcolini Period. 1774-1814.
19 1814-1818.
20 About 1818.
21, 22 1818-1924. Usually carefully drawn and generally with pommels in later period.
23 From 1924. Usually carefully drawn.
24, 25 Helene Wolfsohn. From about 1860. This was a porcelain decorating workshop. No porcelain was manufactured here. Appears on cups and saucers and parts of services as well as other wares. The authentic AR mark rarely appears on cups and saucers. No connection with Royal factory.



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