May 17, 2017 - Porcelain Marks & More - your one-stop resource for German and related porcelain marks and manufacturer history.
The Schirnding Bavaria china backstamp identifies this piece as approximately from circa 1964 to 1974 by Schirnding Porzellan A.G. This can help you get an idea to where you can start your search. If in case you were not able to see this exact pattern. You can get the average prices for similar patterns that are sold online.
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Porcelain and pottery marks - Mitterteich Bavaria marks. The history of Mitterteich factory starts in 1887. It was established by Ludwig Lindner. In 1895 the factory was taken over by Mosanic Pottery Max Emanuel & Co. from London. The company was confiscated by Bavarian authorities during the World War I. From 1917 it worked as Porzellanfabrik ...
Schirnding Bavaria pattern SCG26. by: Dale. Can be found on replacements site. Pattern is SCG26. Creamer about $25. Cup and saucer about $14. The only amount I have seen is around 110.00 on ebay for the whole tea set, but I have a set on as well. If anyone finds anything better please keep in touch.
This selection of elegant and smart-looking vintage crisp white Mitterteich Bavaria porcelain serving dishes, in a Germaine pattern, remain in excellent condition for their age. They feature a black and white patterned and ribbed band with a platinum edge. Selling only because of downsizing. Details are below. Pricing is to come. Thank you for your interest!
"Bavaria U.S. Zone" Creamer . This listing is for a nicely decorated delicate porcelain creamer from Rieber Porcelain in Mitterteich, Bavaria. What makes it special is the Rieber mark for "Bavaria U.S. Zone" (at the end of World War II).
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