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    Posted 10 years ago

    wyerak
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    I got this from my Oma years ago...now during a move, it has been broken. I am trying to file a claim but need to know the worth of this teapot....I cannot find a logo stamp or anything on it. To be clear, I need help finding the manufacturer not in need of an appraisal. My Oma was from Frankfurt Germany and came over to the USA during WWII not sure how old it is but it is very dear to me.

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    1. Gracay2004 Gracay2004, 10 years ago
      Not sure how old it is but bottom reads Underglaze dishwasher proof so unlikely to have come over around WWII.
    2. Gracay2004 Gracay2004, 10 years ago
      Pattern is known as the onion or bulb pattern and was originally part of the Blue Danube collection by Meissen of Germany. However it has been copied by many manufacturers since then, I would guess from the teapot style it dates to late 50's or early 60's. Still trying to locate list of manufacturers who produced this pattern!
    3. wyerak, 10 years ago
      I think I found the maker...I believe it may be Handgemalt...I found one with a different pattern on etsy.com....selling for $35...a little disheartening but glad it was not a rare or expensive piece. It still means the world to me no matter what though.
    4. Gracay2004 Gracay2004, 10 years ago
      Handgemalt means handmade, it is not a manufacturer.

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