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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Germany - Pg. 7



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Frankenthal (Cont'd)
1 Joseph Anton Hannong. 1759-1762.
2 Paul Hannong at Strasbourg.
3 Van Recum. 1795-1799.
4 This mark also attributed to Nymphenburg. Paul Hannong.
5 Paul Hannong at Strasbourg.

Friedberg (6)
Fayence from 1754.
6 Chur Bayera.

Fulda (7,8)
Established 1765. Closed 1790.
7,8 Under glaze in blue.

Fünfkirchen, Hungary (9)
Established in 1855.
9 W. Zsolnay. Mark in blue.

Furstenberg (10-13)
Founded 1750. Porcelain.
10 Mostly on biscuit porcelain.
11,12 Blue underglaze—often reproduced.
13 Modern factory mark.

Gera (14,15)
Established in 1779.
14 Mark in blue under glaze.
15 Later mark. Generally over glaze red.

Giesshubel (16-22)
Established 1803. Porcelain.
16, 17 Early marks.
18, 19 From 1815.
20-22 From about 1845.

Goggingen (23)
Fayence factory established around 1750.
23 18th century mark.

Gotha (25-30)
Established around 1760.
25 Before 1795. Rotberg.
26 After 1790.
27 After 1805.
28 After 1805.
29 After 1880.
30 Simson Bros. From 1881.

Grafenroda (31)
Fayence.
31 19th century mark. A. Schneider.



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