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Here is a beautiful assortment of RS, ES, OS, CT, and other items of similar German origin.  Friendly, helpful e-mails are always welcome.  Feel free to e-mail if you can add any additional information about those items that are unmarked.

#2568 CT Germany Old Decorative Plates

c. late 19th century or early 20th century.  Ready for hanging on your wall.  The CT mark on this set was used as early as c.1875 through 1934 (page 23 of Kovel's).  The faded blue mark is a CT  beneath a bird.  The other mark says "Made in Germany" which, according to pages 229 and 231 of Kovel's, dates to 1891 or later.  Perfect condition except for usual slight wear of gold due to obvious age.  Notice the beautiful shell design of each plate.  7 1/2" diameter.

Item #2568
$135 Set

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SOLD#2368 Hand Painted Bowl by C. Tielsch & Co., Altwasser, Silesia, GermanySOLD

Beautiful hand painted roses.  Unusual scalloped rim.  Excellent to perfect condition.  Very slight wear of gold on rim.  The  marks on this bowl were used as early as c.1875 through 1934 (page 23 of Kovel's).  The faded blue mark is a CT  beneath a bird.  The other mark says "Made in Germany."  12 7/8" diameter.  A great companion piece for item #2281 further down on this page.SOLD
Old CT Germany Bowl Hand Painted Roses Item #2368 $225

SOLD#2281 Old Bowl by C. Tielsch & Co., Altwasser, Silesia, GermanySOLD

The mark was used as early as c.1875 through 1934.  Heavy gold trim.  Hand Painted.  Unusual shell design.  Excellent to perfect condition.  10 5/8" wide at the outer tips.  An old beauty!!!  Also a great companion piece for item #2368 further up on this page.SOLD

C. Tielsch Germany Bowl

Item #2281

#2491 OS St. Kilian Germany Bowl

The OS St. Kilian green mark is dated to c.1904 and is from the Oscar Schlegelmilch factory in Langewiesen, Thuringia, Germany.  Gorgeous transfer roses and grape clusters in the center as well as in the cartouches on the inside walls.  Notice the  beautiful dark turquoise serving as a background.  The rim of the bowl is in a pie crust crimped design with gold trim.  It may have had more gold on the rim when it was new.  The colors are bright and beautiful.  The turquoise and gold appear to have been hand-applied, while the florals and grapes are in transfer.  Wonderful condition and a treasure of a find.  An excellent addition to any collection.  9 1/2" diameter x 2 3/4" tall. 
OS St. Kilian German Bowl Oscar Schlegelmilch Factory Item #2491



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#2367(a) R. S. Steeple Old Dessert Set from Reinhold Schlegelmilch in Suhl and Tillowitz in Germany

Large Cake Plate and 4 small plates.  Unmarked, but is no doubt from one of the Reinhold Schlegelmilch factories in Suhl and Tillowitz, Germany.  The Fourth Series of the Gaston book on R. S. Prussia on page 47 shows a plate with this exact design with the heavy gold and pink roses.  It is called the R. S. Steeple Mold 10 and the sample in the Gaston book is also unmarked.  The Gaston book explains that R. S. Steeple falls into the years of c.1895-1914, 1914 being the beginning of WW I.   The plate in the Gaston book is 10 3/4" diameter and is listed as being $225-275 for the one plate alone.  This is an "Old World" treasure of a find.  The large cake plate is also nearly perfect except for slight wear of gold.  It had a small nick which has been professionally repaired.  The four small plates had numerous chips on the backsides and some on the front and they have all been professionally repaired.  They also have miniscule wear of the gold.  (1 large cake plate and 4 small plates)

Old Germany Style Decorative Plate

Item #2367(a)

$350 Set of 5 pieces

The large plate is 12" diameter.  Each of the small plates is 7 3/4" diameter.  The beauty of these pieces speak for themselves.  Gorgeous for decorative display!!


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SOLD#2324 Old R. S. Prussia Style SugarSOLD

SOLDUnmarked.  We believe this to be old R. S. Prussia because of its style.  Beautiful floral decorations in pinks, blues, whites, yellows.  Wear of gold on handle and around top rim of neck -- a definite sign of age -- no doubt it is old.  3 1/2" tall to top of neck.SOLD
R. S. Prussia Style Sugar R. S. Prussia Style Sugar Item #2324

#1482 PK Unity Germany Celery Tray

Pretty yellow transfer roses on background of cream, blush rose, and various shades of blue/green -- pretty colors.  NOT PERFECT.  Wear on gold trim and also on some of the color on the upper inside walls (see picture below).  The bottom side at the center has a chip where the plate sits on the table.  Priced accordingly.  11 5/8" wide x 5 1/2" deep (from front to back).  It stands 1 1/4" high.

Old PK Unity Germany Celery Tray

Item #1482



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