Dating by porcelain marks


23-Mar-2020 06:17

1718 to 1744 — is called the ‘Du Paquier period‘, or ‘Vienna before the mark‘.

1744 to 1749 — the Vienna Porcelain mark (Bindenschild) was applied in red or in blue underglaze or incised.

In the Sorgenthal period (1784-1805) an additional year mark was introduced.

M in Wreath Hand Painted (M stands for Morimura Bros, importers). “Rising Sun Nippon”, we have only encountered this in blue (as shown).

Quite a number of urns, vases and especially plates are signed “Angelica Kauffmann”. If part of the base is covered with a golden shape, this shape usually hides the original manufacturers mark. Any number over 155 painted in color overglaze, is not a decorators identification number for the Vienna manufactory. Any number over 27 in blue underglaze is not a decorators number for the Vienna manufactory. Any bottom description of a decoration or scene indicates that the piece was not decorated in the Vienna manufactory.



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