THE ANSWER TO WHOSE POTTERY MARK IS THE GREEN DOUBLE "P" BAVARIA

by Peter (Admin)

Porzellanmalerei Parbus<br>Bavarian Porcelain  Decorators 1904 - c2005<br><br><small><i>Pictures Courtesy of www.porcelainmarksandmore.com</i></small>

Porzellanmalerei Parbus
Bavarian Porcelain Decorators 1904 - c2005

Pictures Courtesy of www.porcelainmarksandmore.com

THE ANSWER TO WHOSE POTTERY MARK IS THE GREEN DOUBLE "P" BAVARIA OR IMPERIAL


By Peter (admin)

Kate wrote in to ask about the GREEN DOUBLE "P" IMPERIAL mark(above). Click here for original query.

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GREEN DOUBLE "P" BAVARIA OR IMPERIAL POTTERY MARK QUERY UPDATE:

I didn't know the answer and gave Kate a run-down on the two notable "Imperial" Germans listed in my books.

However, we have now been given the right answer thanks to helpful visitors.

The mark is that of Porzellanmalerei Parbus, a small decorating studio in Oberkotzau, Bavaria, Germany, started in 1904 by Leni Parbus and continued by her son Erich in 1955. The Porzellanmalerei Parbus studio was still known to be producing wares in September 2005.

I have an in-house search engine located on my home page (and on many other main pages) for you to check for answers to any other queries you may have.

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Peter (admin)

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my green double P has Imperial
by: Anonymous

I have an egg vase with "de bec" and germany, but under the green double P is "Imperial". what does that mean? thanks

deBec - German
by: Anonymous



We have a whole set of these beautiful dishes,(light-pink,lavender,yellow and green)
I'm of understanding that the china was made one
place and then the beautiful pattern an trim work was put on in another, just like most wall pictures are not original paintings these aren't either,but we love them and admire there beauty an how talented this original artist was.

to see what was added since yesterday?
by: winnie

I wrote a little about a piece I have and wanted to see if anyone had added a comment about it?

double P Imperial Germany vase
by: Jacqueline

What is the value of the double P Imperial Germany
rose vase? I have one and have been wondering
its value.

Parbus that is not double P marked?
by: Anonymous

We have several very shallow bowls which were purchased in Bavaria by my parents about 1947.

The mark on the back is:
Porzellan manufacktur Parbus Oberkotzau Bavaria handgemalt

The design on the front is a very stylized bird of Paradise very different from the typical china painting designs of other Parbus pieces. The rims of the bowls are red.

Any ideas about what it is we may have? Authentic Parbus?


de Bec serving bowl
by: Anonymous

I have a deBec serving bowl in gold trim. Its back label is the double p symbol - Imperial Germany. Does this have any value?

Thank you for this information!
by: Dorothy

My mother bought a set of china with this mark at, of all places, a gift shop at Natural Bridge, VA, about 1962. It was not cheap but it was not at "fine china" prices either. The background color is pale blue and part of the design is slightly raised, which makes them rather impractical for eating from! I have wondered about them for years and you have answered my wonderings! If you would like a photo or two for your files I could easily send them. Is there a way besides this comment thread that you could contact me?

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