Pottery Mark Query - DRESDEN MARK

by Tony Klein
(Laguna Beach,Ca)

Pottery Mark Query - DRESDEN MARK - Two cursive letters intwined which could be anything

Pottery Mark Query - DRESDEN MARK - Two cursive letters intwined which could be anything

Pottery Mark Query - DRESDEN MARK - Two cursive letters intwined which could be anything:- These marks are photos of the bottom of a 5 piece desk set. They have been in the family for years and years..


I believe the story is my father bought them in Europe during WWII.

Tony

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Reply by Peter (admin)

Hi Tony

There are many different makers who mark their wares with 'Dresden'. I am sure this is one of the better catalogued ones, but I can't recall which one at the moment. This mark is difficult to look up at the moment because it is hard to see what letters they are.

I am sure a knowledgeable visitor will pop up with the answer soon.

Meantime, I understand how you would feel more satisfied knowing more about your father's returning treasure.

I can see how the family would be grateful for an identification as these items must be close to the family heart and are currently sadly anonymous.

Memories are made from little bits of knowledge of people and things at the back of our minds.

As JL said "Though I know I'll never lose affection for people and things that went before,
I know I'll often stop and think about them, in my life......"

Peter (admin)

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Carl Thieme, Potschappel
by: Anonymous

Carl Thieme of Potschappel. A good mark to have on a piece of porcelain - highly rated antique 'Dresden'.

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