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#2499 Footed Teacup and Saucer

This mark has been previously unknown to us, but we recently received a picture of the same mark found on another teacup, but with an added Austria.  Very pretty cup with its heavy gilding and pretty colors of wine, blue, and ivory.  Appears to be totally hand painted and hand decorated.  A very beautiful cup and saucer.  Footed cup is 2 3/4" tall x 2 5/8" diameter across top opening.  Saucer is 3 7/8" diameter.  Perfect condition.

SOLD

#2566 Vienna Austria Figural Bowl

Gorgeous colors and shape.  Cherub and Maidens mythical figural scene in transfer which gives the illusion of being hand-painted.  The heavy gold trim on cranberry and ivory, the rose-filled cartouches, and the unusual body shape of the footed bowl, all contribute to the overall striking beauty of this old bowl.  The two marks identify it as being from Austria, although at this writing, we've not yet identified both of them in detail.  However, one mark is possibly that of P. H. Leonard, a New York importer of porcelain, who used a very similar mark c.1890-1908 and in business c.1890-1910. Anyone who can add information, please e-mail us.  It is in excellent to perfect condition -- only some very minimal wear of gold here and there on the top rim -- only contributes to its validity as an OLD BOWL.  8 1/4" across top from side to side and 9 1/2" across top from corner to corner.
Vienna Austria Figural Bowl Imperial Crown China
Item #2566

SOLD
#2620 Austrian Style Plate, ES Germany Prov SXE

Another very beautiful decorative plate with a popular Angelica Kauffmann mythological figural scene in transfer.  The mark is the Prov SXE Beehive mark used by Erdmann Schlegelmilch of Suhl, Thuringia, Germany and one dated to c.1900-1920's (Source:  Collector's Encyclopedia of R. S. Prussia, Mary Frank Gaston, pages 203, 204, 215-216).  This is a green overglaze mark.  There is a plate very similar to this one on page 218 of Gaston's book. Notice the rich deep colors of cranberry, green, and gold.  The intricate gold beading and gold triangular designs around the inner rim set off this eye-catching plate.  Excellent to perfect condition -- can't find anything wrong with it.  9 1/4" diameter. $125 January 2006

E S Germany Prov SXE Plate

Item #2620
  SOLD
#2611 Austrian Style Plate
A beautiful decorative plate with a popular Angelica Kauffmann figural scene in transfer.  Although Austrian in style and so similar to the bowl below, the beehive mark with the dot appears to be that of Erdmann Schlegelmilch of Suhl, Thuringia, Germany and one dated to c.1900's to 1920's (Source:  Collector's Encyclopedia of R. S. Prussia, Mary Frank Gaston, page 204).  This is a blue overglaze mark.  Although the beehive mark has been used by many, I am inclined to believe this is a genuine ES Germany mark.  On page 218 of Gaston's book, there is a plate very similar to this one.  Gorgeous cranberry, gold, and ivory. Ready for hanging on your wall with an already-attached wall hangar in place.  6 3/8" diameter.  Excellent to perfect condition -- can't find anything wrong with it.  A gorgeous plate!! 
Austrian Style Plate Item #2611
SOLD

#2349 Vienna Austria Hand Painted Plate

Large and beautiful scarlet red and pink roses.  Scalloped rim trimmed in gold.  Signed M. Waterman, possibly an American china painter, but not certain of that.  The mark is possibly that of P. H. Leonard, a New York importer of porcelain, who used a very similar mark c.1890-1908 and in business c.1890-1910.  Considering the considerable wear on the mark and the overall appearance of the backside of the plate, it is reasonable to believe this plate is most likely from that era.  8 1/2" diameter.  Excellent condition for its apparent age and a beautiful display plate for any collection.
Vienna Austria Hand Painted Plate ROSES Item #2349
SOLD
#2182 MZ Austria and Hapsburg China Saucer

6" diameter.  Scalloped gold trimmed rim.  Excellent condition except for slight flaking of paint on one rose -- not noticeable. $20 in 2005

MZ Austria Hapsburg China Saucer

Item #2182 SOLD
#2282 Carlsbad Austria Cake Plate

Inset handles.  Beautiful fruit and floral decoration in transfer.  Scalloped rim trimmed in gold.  One flaw which is pictured.  Some very minor hairline marks (NOT CRACKS) from normal use -- not noticeable unless looking for them.  10 3/4" wide at handles.  Old, but exact age unknown at this writing.  A very beautiful decorative plate.

Carlsbad Austria Cake Plate

Item #2282

SOLD

#2575 Old MZ Austria Pitcher
The mark is that of Moritz Zdekauer of Altrohlau, Austria, and is dated to 1884-1909  (Source: Pages 56 and 373 of Rontgen's and page 16 of Directory of  European Porcelain).  7 3/4" tall to top of handle.  Approximately 10" wide at outer tips of spout and handle.  Beautiful florals are decals, very common for the era.  It is NOT PERFECT.  It has one long crack down the front side (see pictures).  In spite of the crack, it is still a beauty and hard to resist -- notice the graceful body design and the scalloped rims, both top and bottom.  Probably part of a wash bowl set, with the bowl now long gone.  Fortunately, this piece was a survivor. 
MZ Austria Pitcher
Item #2575
SOLD
#2752 MZ Austria Serving Tray or Platter

The mark is that of Moritz Zdekauer of Altrohlau, Austria, and is dated to 1884-1909 (Source:  Pages 56 and 373 of Rontgen's and page 16 of Directory of  European Porcelain).  Decorated with beautiful transfer roses.  Pretty scalloped rim with only traces of gold trim that was once on portions of the rim.  Minor utensil marks visible when held just so in the light.  Still a very pretty and very old serving tray.  12 1/2" x 8 1/2". $65 January 2006

MZ Austria Old Serving Tray

Item #2752

 SOLD
#2565 MZ Austria Sauce Boat and Underplate
The mark is that of Moritz Zdekauer of Altrohlau, Austria, and is dated to 1884-1909 (Source:  Pages 56 and 373 of Rontgen's and page 16 of Directory of  European Porcelain).  Boat and plate are in a beautiful leaf-shaped design with scalloped rims.  The rims have the usual wear of gold for old items -- a good testament  to its age.  It also had a two small chips, one each side of the saucer rim, which have been professionally repaired.   The plate is 6 1/2" x 5 3/4".  The boat is 6 1/4" x 4 3/4".  Notice the inset handle on the bowl.$55 January 2007
M Z Austria Sauce Boat and Plate c.1884-1909 Item #2565
SOLD
#2284 Old M. Z. Austria Cup and Saucer

The mark is that of Moritz Zdekauer of Altrohlau, Austria, and is dated to 1884-1909.  Notice the beautiful scalloped shape of the body of the footed cup and the scalloped rim of the saucer.  Both saucer and cup are adorned with beautiful garlands of hand painted roses.  This is such a beauty of an OLD cup and saucer -- a real treasure.  Saucer is 6" diameter.  Cup is 2 1/16" tall x 3 3/4" across top opening.  Excellent condition.

MZ Austria Cup and Saucer

Item #2284

SOLD

#2320 Old Austrian Style Tea Pot

Unmarked, but appears to be in the Austrian style.  Decorated with rose garlands and a nice figural scene which includes a cupid.  Decoration appears to be in transfer.  Top is in a dark cobalt blue with gold accents.  3 1/2" tall to top of finial on lid x 6 1/4" wide from outer tips of spout and handle.  It is in excellent condition and perfect for "Tea for One." 

Austrian Style Old Tea Pot Figural Scene

Item #2320
SOLD 
#2308 Austrian Tea Cup

Vienna (Wiener) Porcelain Factory Augarten, Vienna, Austria.  This mark was put into use in 1923 by a joint stock company established for carrying on the former state-owned Vienna Porcelain Factory which was closed in 1864 (Source:  Directory of European Porcelain by Danckert, pages 473 and 474)  Scalloped saucer is 4 7/8" diameter.  Cup is 1 3/4" tall x 2 3/4" diameter across top opening.  Both pieces are gold trimmed.  Perfect condition.

Austrian Tea Cup

Item #2308 SOLD 
#2258 MZ Austria Tray

Appears to be a transfer design with hand painted color.  Inset Handles.  The green underglaze mark appears to be that of Moritz Zdekauer of Altrohlau, Germany, dated to c.1900.  11 1/8" wide at the handles.  Excellent to perfect condition. 

 SOLD
#1979 Victoria Austria Figural Vase
Hand Painted figural scene and signed by what appears to be "Zatxka."   Body is in a beautiful pearlized finish.  Neck, handles, and bottom are all trimmed in gold.  There is expected wear here and there on the gold edges, but other than that is in excellent condition.  It measures 9 1/2" tall x 4 1/2" wide at widest part of body.  The books show this Victoria Austria mark to have been used somewhere during the years of 1883-1945.
Old Victoria Austria Vase
Item #1979
SOLD
#1980 Austrian Figural Vase.  
Probably alsoVictoria, although we could not find this mark.  The beautiful figural scene appears to be a transfer with hand painted finishing.  Although still beautiful, this vase appears to have some very heavy wear on the gold trim.  It probably had a lot of gold on it at one time, with only traces remaining now.  Otherwise it is in excellent condition.  It measures 9 1/4" tall x 4 1/2" at the widest part of the body.
Austrian Figural Vase
Item #1980
SOLD
#1205 Old Vienna Chocolate Cups

These beautiful cups are a dark turquoise green and are heavily gold trimmed.  They each have a figural portrait. 

Old Vienna Chocolate Cups

The cups measure 3" tall x 2 1/4" diameter across the top opening.  The saucers are 4 1/2" diameter.

Item #1205 SOLD
#1890 Victoria Austria Footed Cup

Hand Painted Figural Scene.  Saucer is a dark, dark green -- not blue as the picture indicates.  Cup is 3 3/4" tall to top of rim.   Saucer is 6 1/8" across.  This mark is dated to 1904-1918 and is that of the Victoria Porcelain Factory of Altrohlau, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia, in business c.1883-1945.  (Source:  Marks on German, Bohemian, and Austrian Porcelain by Rontgen, pages 172 and 374)

Victoria Austria Cup and Saucer

Victoria Austria Cup and Saucer

Victoria Austria Cup and Saucer Mark

SOLD

#2196 O&E.G. Royal Austria Hand Painted Demicup, Rose Dubarry

The mark on this beautiful cup is that of Oscar and Edgar Gutherz of Altrohlau They were in business from 1899-1918.  The gorgeous roses are hand painted, as is the rest of the decoration.  Notice the beautiful rose on the inside of the cup.  The rims of the both the saucer and cup are very heavy gold with a beaded design on the edges.    The scalloped saucer is approximately 4 1/2" diameter.  The little cup is 2 1/8" tall.  Perfect Condition.

O.&E.G. Royal Austria Demicup Rose Dubarry

Hand Painted O.E.&G. Royal Rose Dubarry Demicup SOLD

2084 Carlsbad Austria Figural Plate Angels

This angelic beauty gives the appearance of being hand painted, but it is a transfer which appears to have been finished by hand.  It does have a signature which looks to be Carl Larsen.  It is in excellent condition and measures 8 1/4" across.

Carlsbad Austria Figural Plate

Carlsbad Austria Figural Plate

Carlsbad Austria Figural Plate

SOLD

#1901 Old Victoria Carlsbad Austria Figural Plate
Carlsbad Victoria Austria Figural Plate
SOLD
 

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