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R.S. Prussia China118 of 118"The Four Seasons" by RS Prussia, ca. 1905Vintage pitcher
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    Posted 11 years ago

    amarcus
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    Portrait ewers with signature "Mueller". Produced by Erdman Schlegelmilch factory, Suhl, Prussia circa 1905. see www.rsprussia.com.

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    1. MsDowAntiques MsDowAntiques, 11 years ago
      These are so pretty - I wish you would add a larger pic of each individually - please!
    2. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 11 years ago
      OBTW...is the same picture on both sides ? The one on the left has the spout on the right and the other two are turned with the spout on the left.
    3. amarcus amarcus, 11 years ago
      Dear Savoy - I'm not sure if my earlier response transmitted. The portraits are just on one side of the ewer - thus, the ewer on the left is in fact a left-handed ewer. The reverse sides have gold scrolling, but no other designs. Thank you for your comments. Best regards.
    4. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 11 years ago
      Amarcus, no it had not come through so thanks for the follow up. Do you think they actually made "pairs" with the same picture?

      With Savoy/Deena there were sets although I think most people didn't pay attention to that.
    5. amarcus amarcus, 11 years ago
      Savoy, yes - there was a series of 4 portraits of women with flowers in their hair - one with roses, one with gardenias, one with poppies and one with clematises. These items have various marks that were used by the E. S. (Erdman Schlegelmilch) factory of Prussia. I will post some more examples soon.

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