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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Germany - Pg. 8



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Greinstadt (1,2)
Established 1800. Formerly Frankenthal.
1 Franz Bartolo. Since 1850.
2 Probably before 1850.

Grohn (3,3A)
Fayence factory established 1870.
3, 3A

Grossbreitenbach (5)
Porcelain factory established about 1777.
5 Identical with Limbach.

Grunstadt (6)
Fayence.
6 After 1850.

Herend, Hungary (7-10)
7-10 From 1839. Moritz Fischer.

Hesse-Cassel (11)
Porcelain factory 1766-1788.
11 Lion or HC in underglaze blue.

Hildescheim (15)

Hochst (13-18)
Fayence 1746-1760.
13-18 Overglaze blue, red or gold. Porcelain 1746-1796.
14, 17, 18 With or without letters which are probably painters' marks. To about 1770, with or without an Electoral hat above wheel. Sometimes impressed or overglaze black, brown, purple, iron-red and gold. From 1770 almost exclusively in underglaze blue. Generally no mark in biscuit.

Hohenstein (19-21)
Majolica from about 1850.
19, 20
21 From 1869.

Hollitsch, Hungary (22)
1743-1827. Majolica.
22 Mark impressed. 1786-1827.

Hornberg (23-25)
Fayence. Late 19th century.
23-25 Horn Bros.

Hubertsberg (26)
Late 18th century pottery.

Hutschendreuther, C.M. (27)
Founded 1814.
27 Mark under glaze in blue found on Vienna type ware.



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