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Dresden Figurines16 of 22dresden coburg porcelain lampRUDOLF KÄMMER - DER WINZER
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Posted 3 years ago

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GlassLadyUK
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I love these, got them at auction today, sadly there is some damage to the back, but i dont care, it made them affordable to me! no marks on them, anyone throw any light on maker? are they genuine or copies? they are very large, i havent measured them yet, but id say at least a foot tall, maybe 14"

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  1. lundy lundy, 3 years ago
    ha glasslady that is a great find ill try to look into it im curious also
  2. GlassLadyUK GlassLadyUK, 3 years ago
    Hi Lundy, thanks,my heart skipped a beat when i saw them,and i thought they were gong to be way too much for me, but, due to the crackat the back{one leg} it was very affordable, well i paid £32.00 only! i have seen one identical on google,but for the base, mine is very thin, the one i saw had more of a plinth base.Maybe mine is a copy? it sure does look old,its deffo not new,could be a mi-century copy, could be victorian, one thing is for sure, i love them.
  3. lundy lundy, 3 years ago
    id say victorian and what are they doing way back then
  4. ItalianGlassDecor ItalianGlassDecor, 3 years ago
    HI

    Just by the look at the way in which the faces, flowers and overall decoration has been painted, more than likely of German origin as they were absolute masters. Check the base carfefully for incised, embossed or impressed marks as it may indeed by marked. If there is not discernable country of origin, then pre 1891 for sure.

    Dean
  5. GlassLadyUK GlassLadyUK, 3 years ago
    Thanks very much guys, i just love them.
  6. mcheconi mcheconi, 2 months ago
    Here you have a list of original Dresden porcelain factory marks

    http://www.antique-marks.com/dresden-porcelain.html
  7. mcheconi mcheconi, 2 months ago
    And here you have the reproduction marks

    http://www.porcelainmarksandmore.com/resources/misrepresented-marks/index.php
  8. mcheconi mcheconi, 2 months ago
    Also, search using the German keywords "drei grazien porzellan" and check if one of them looks like your piece. It's a nice piece, by the way.

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