Rosenthal marks dating

28 Sep

Numerous factory marks are known throughout the ages, and are essential in determining the provenance or dating of productions.Factory marks are essential in the area of porcelain production especially, where they are sometimes also called "backstamps", and where their absence would make authentication much more difficult.

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& Co - Kurz Gottlieb - Lange & Gunther - Lemor Julius - Lutz&Weiss - Manns Adam & Sohn - Mayer Adolph - Mayer Martin - Meyen H.

Between 19 production of Thomas items was transferred to a new site named group found another use for it.

Following the loss of the Rosenthal-owned original ⇒Krister Porzellan-Manufaktur A. factory in Waldenburg (Silesia) after World War II the group had built a replacement factory in Landstuhl (Rhineland-Palatinate) during 1952/53.

These were made for export to English-speaking countries. The Österreichische Porzellan Industrie AG, Austrian Porcelain Industry (OEPIAG) formed in 1918; its name changed in 1920 to Erste Böhmische Porzellan Industrie AG, First Bohemian Porcelain Industry (EPIAG).

EPIAG is one of the common Austrian pottery marks, and it dates the piece to after 1920. O& EG marks are common, and stand for Oscar and Edgar Gutherz pottery and porcelain, made near Altrohlau.