Porcelain mark on Santa Claus figurine with green sailing boat mark

by Luis Aurelio Álvarez
(Mieres - Asturias - ESPAÑA)

Porcelain mark on Santa Claus figurine with green sailing boat mark

Porcelain mark on Santa Claus figurine with green sailing boat mark

Porcelain mark on Santa Claus figurine with green sailing boat mark
Porcelain mark on Santa Claus figurine with green sailing boat mark
Porcelain mark on Santa Claus figurine with green sailing boat mark
Porcelain mark on Santa Claus figurine with green sailing boat mark

Hello Peter and everyone


I need help in order to identify a porcelain mark of a figurine of Santa Claus. The figurine is 20 cms tall x 10 cms long x 10 cms wide. The colours are pale red of coat and cap, black of the belt, boots, and eyes, brown of sack, and pale blue-grey in moustache, beard, and hair.

The mark under it, is all blue. That blue mark is a sail ship at sea into a circumference, and under it some words blue on a blue line.

I don´t know where was made. I was looking for in some specialized forums of ceramics and porcelain but I cannot find nothing about it. I saw hundred of different marks and countries, but only United Kingdom has some that uses a ship as a porcelain mark but are differents of this one.

I´m a spanish amateur collector of porcelain figurines. Most of them from Germany because I like porcelain figurines of birds, but in this case the figurine is a Santa Claus with nice colours and tones.

It was acquired in a antiquariam shop of my city, Mieres, Asturias, in the north of Spain. The main porcelain of Spain is Lladró or Nao, but the porcelain mark of the Santa Claus figure, I think that isn´t Spanish.

I would like to know where was made, the factory or any other question about it, and I apply help of you.

Thank you very much:

Luis Aurelio

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Santa with 'Enigma?' Green Pottery Mark Sailing Ship Motif
by: Peter (admin)

Hi Luis

Thanks for the post - very interesting new mark we haven't seen before. Nice Santa figure.

I was trying to look at what the word on the mark said. Could it say 'Enigma'?

I tried to blow it up for people to see. Do please post if you anything that resembles this mark or this happy Santa fig. Then we can get going trying to solve who made this.


enigma-green-pottery-mark-sailing-ship-----



Best regards

Peter (admin)

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