Rosenthal marks dating
He sold these white porcelain pieces from door to door and purchased the blanks from Hutschenreuther.
In 1891, Rosenthal established a factory in Asch, Bohemia and began production of his own white porcelain for use in his workshop.
This serves as evidence that the mark was used much later than the books have stated.
A stunning, matched pair of Rosenthal art deco vases with wide rims and tapering twelve sided fluted bodies.
Absolutely nothing detracts from the beauty of this rare and stunning pair of Rosenthal Art Deco Vases.
The superb dragon decoration and the high quality gilding is almost pristine and the pair present as good as new.
For some reason, most of the Dresden studios chose to hide the factory marks.
Rosenthal & Co Together with pattern and signature marks Dating circa 1930 Boths vases stand: 6.25″ tall on 3.75″ diameter bases and 5.75″ diameter rims.
By the late 1930s and prior to the war, they were importing sizeable amounts of tableware and giftware from Germany, Czechoslovakia, England, France, Belgium, Denmark, Italy, Finland, and Sweden.
This particular mark was designed in I've never seen their mark handwritten, so can't guarantee the authenticity of this, but tend to believe it is genuine.
Grandmother meant a great deal to the couple and passed along many of their things to her, including this vase.
Estimated age of the vase is who had a porcelain and decorating studio in Fischern, Bohemia (now Rybare Czechia). Found on examples of hand painted and hand decorated porcelains that are signed by artists who are most likely American China Painters.