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Buy It Now. Maker see all Maker. Sitzendorf Dresden Volkstedt 1. Not Specified 6. Age see all Age. Post Unknown Color see all Color. Multi-Color Blue White Sitzendorf Porcelain Grouping. A Sitzendorf porcelain centerpiece.
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Second half 19th century. Categories: Ceramics, Description:, Categories:, Ceramics. A pair of Sevres porcelain saucers, 18th century, possibly with later decoration, painted to the centres with vignettes of birds, framed within floral sprays and blue and gilt ribbon devices with gilt foliate fronds and beading to the rims, crossed LL's to base with date letters for andtogether with a Sevres style tea bowl, a Sitzendorf porcelain equestrian model of Czarina Elizabeth, after JJ Kandler, 20th century, two other Sitzendorf porcelain figures of a man with a dog and a you.
From the Sitzendorf factory Germany. The mark indicate a date of to A real antique. This item is in very good condition for its age, with no cracks or chips. The figure stands approximately 20cm high. A blue porcelain scent bottle with a crown stopper, the oval body decorated in silver overlay with the name 'Bremen' on one side and the city coat of arms on the other.
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This guide provides marks found on both antique and contemporary collectible pottery and porcelain from the United States and other countries and includes dating information and a brief history relating to the companies included wherever possible.
The company made utilitarian art pottery and bathroom fixtures. Bought by Universal Rundle Corp. The mark shown here was used from to A very similar mark with Limoges in block letters and France was used from to This mark without France and Limoges in block letters dates to the s.
The first similar red decorating shield mark appears to have been used in the s. A number of different marks were used by Buffalo Potterymost featuring an American bison somewhere in the logo, and all indicating the date the piece was made. Buffalo made both semi-vitreous and vitreous wares, and some pieces indicated the type in the mark.
Deldare pieces have their own unique marks identifying pieces as part of this line. Oftentimes these pieces will bear another mark such as "Catalina Pottery U. Note : These pieces should not be confused with those made by the original Catalina Island Pottery Co. Those are most often marked "Catalina" or "Catalina Island" incised into the bottom of the pieces. Catalina Island pieces are more highly prized by collectors and bring higher prices than those marked "Catalina Pottery.
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All Listings filter applied. Buy It Now. Maker see all Maker. Sitzendorf Dresden Volkstedt 1. Not Specified 8. Age see all Age. Post Unknown These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only. A twelve piece Sitzendorf porcelain monkey band, early 20th century, finely dressed monkeys in 18th century outfits each playing or carrying a musical instrument, raised on small raised rococo bases picked out in gilt, with crown and crossed 'S' marks unde.
Pair Sitzendorf floral porcelain wall brackets, each with applied figure and blossom decoration, marked verso, one corbel restored to base, height 18 cm, each.
Vintage Sitzendorf porcelai Courting Couple figure seated figures on gilt settee, marked to base height 6 cm, width 9 cm approx. Vintage Sitzendorf ceramic figure Standing Couple, gilt cobalt blue decoration, marked to base, height 18 cm approx.
Large Sitzendorf figural fruit basket featuring a man on a boat being pulled in by two water sirens, a large basket adorned with flowers sits above, height 75 cm. Sitzendorf porcelain figure of a soldier 27 cm, height approx. Pair of 19th century Sitzendorf porcelain figures, in the form of a man seated with flute and dog at feet, the other in the form of women holding tambourine with sheep at her feet, in tones of purple, green and pink, underglaze blue factory mark to base, h.
Height 40 cm. Sitzendorf porcelain inkwellapprox 19 cm wide.
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A superb Sitzendorf floral and figure decorated comport. Purchased E. A pair of Sitzendorf flower encrusted wall brackets, circadecoration by Helena Wolfsohn, the rococo revival brackets both well modelled with a cupid holding festoons and surrounded by pastel flowers and rocaille forms; one with underglaze blue cross. Good pair of 19th century Sitzendorf porcelain, figural vases, the vase encrusted with flowers and leaves, being supported by angels, on scrolled feet, in tnes of pink, green and yellow, underglazed blue factory mark verso, height 28 cm.
Sitzendorf figure of two dogs. Sitzendorf porcelain figure of flower pickers, approx 13 cm high. Sitzendorf porcelain polar bear figurine, An early 20th century Sitzendorf reticulated porcelain centrepiece basket supported by four putti wearing loin cloths encrusted flowers bouquets, signed with an under glaze blue hatch mark signature of Bros.
Voigt and Alfred Voigt. A Sitzendorf cup and saucerwith high relief floral ornementation. A Continental Sitzendorf porcelain figurine of a girl period. Ayoung girl in a layered skirt, floral bodice and a large brimmed hat with plumes of feathers, carrying a basket and supported upon a tree trunk and rocky base, in pastel tones with li.
A Sitzendorf flower encrusted comport supported by cherubs. Sitzendorf porcelain cherub basket, 23 cm diameter approx. Sitzendorf Art Deco figurine of a couple dancing.Bath Antiques Online.
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Contact Us. Site Map. About Us. More Info 2 Bids. More Info 0 Bids. Pair of Sitzendorf figures each modelled with a basket of flowers and a sheep, crowned S mark to base, 2 19cm high. A pair of Dresden figuresof a boy and girl feeding ducks and chickens, on cushion bases, a pair of Sitzendorf figures of a boy and girl, and a Dresden oval sweetmeat dish.
Sitzendorf figure group modelled as a Lady and Gentleman, the Lady seated reading a book, wearing a green bodice and a light brown skirt, the Gentleman with a yellow coat and maroon breaches, on oval base with metal four footed mount, late 19th century 22cm 8. A pair of Sitzendorf figuresmale and female companion, each carrying pigeon baskets, on floral-encrusted scroll bases, 9in. For insurance purposes, insuring a high-value item or collection, we recommend a first-hand appraisal and renewed valuation every years.
Center Piece Blue and white Porcelain figures with basket Price: German Sitzendorf vintage inkwell with figures - marked Vintage Sitzendorf Figure of Boy Poacher.
In excellent condition Vintage Sitzendorf Figure of Girl with Flowers. Back to top. Selling and valuing online since In the year the candidate of theology Georg Heinrich Macheleidtwho was born in Cursdorf and had been living in Sitzendorf for a few years, received a concession from Prince Johann-Friedrich von Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt to establish a porcelain factory in Sitzendorf. After initial success, the whole factory was moved to the town of Volkstedt by order of the Prince just two years later.
No marks were documented for this period; this business was also not affiliated with any of the later factories located in Sitzendorf. Many years later, the landlord and resident of Sitzendorf Wilhelm Liebmannborn in the town of Lichte, was honoured with the permission of re-establishing a porcelain factory in Sitzendorf on November 18th The newly-founded business quickly earned a very good reputation, but only a few years after opening it was nearly completely destroyed in a terrible blaze which left only the kilns operational.
Together with the new partner Wilhelm Oertel as financial backer, Liebmann was able to quickly rebuild the factory, also acquiring a second mill in the process; at that time the number of employees also rose to around sixty.
After a few successful years, both Liebmann and Oertel decided to retire, striking a deal with the businessman Alfred Voigt. The factory was in taken over the brothers Alfred and Carl Wilhelm Voigt which changed the product range, starting with the introduction of lace figurines decorated in Meissen style.
In the same year, the town of Sitzendorf itself started to introduced its own electricity Volts AC which was generated via steam engine. This resulted in a large improvement of working conditions as all work during early morning and late evening hours up until then had to be done in the dull light of oil lamps. In the company was re-structured as limited company with a foundation stock of one million German Marks.
During the same period, the factory was modernized and the kilns and other ovens were converted so that they were able to use coal instead of wood. These two independent facts resulted in cheaper production and transport which made the factory more competitive.
From the beginning of World War II innearly all workers were moved to factories concentrating on war-related production and export activities drastically decreased as the former customer countries had now of course become enemies. In the last months of the defence plant Prototyp-Werke Zell-Harmersbach was moved from the town of Bromberg over into the area of Thuringia and a part of it was relocated in small shacks in the yard of the Sitzendorfer Porzellanmanufakturproducing defence related goods from October onwards.
Reinhold Rebhan retired as director in but the company remained in the hands of his son Rolf Rebhan who successfully continued to lead the company through the next years; one of the highlights during that period was the celebration of the year factory anniversary in In the company was managed with government engagement as were most larger East German companies during that time.
Due to the old fashioned production lines and the lack of skilled workers, productivity decreased more and more which resulted in a complete loss of competitiveness on the world market. The factory was completely nationalized in the year and the still existing shacks in the yard that now contained a small tool factory were removed after this moved into the former gas works.
The now vacant area was used to build a new production complex and in the complete porcelain production was converted to primary use electricity - people knowing the many advantages of gas fired kilns of course instantly twitch at this thought. But after that the East German state lost interest in the factory and over the next years, the factory slowly degraded as more and more urgently needed repairs and modernizations were simply ignored. Directed by Rolf Rebhan's son-in-law Uwe Hermannthe very successful th anniversary celebrations went ahead in By then the East German state was not only drastically loosing ground politically; the financial situation of the whole state was catastrophic and the East German government slowly realized that large amounts of foreign currency would be needed to change the situation.
As that could be easily earned by enabling the existing porcelain factories to work more efficiently, factories all over the country were adapted and modernized as the state leaders tried to make up for years of mismanagement.