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    Posted 4 years ago

    jessica789…
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    Hi.

    I have a pair of old paris porcelain saucers, they are 5? in diameter, 3cm deep.

    I’m hoping somebody may please recognize the factory mark on the back of them? The mark is I think V?.M (Ve M) on the top then I think either N.C, R.C or M.C on the bottom.

    Thanks a lot for any help :)

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    1. maryh1956 maryh1956, 4 years ago
      Looks like VM &C, but couldn’t find anyrhing with those initials. I’m sure the c is for company
    2. jessica7892012, 4 years ago
      Hi. Thanks for the reply. Now you've said it, it does look like & (actually I'm pretty sure it is now I see it) and that makes more sense as well like you said it likely stands for '& company'. So it's Ve.M & Company (with an upper mark e).

      I still cannot find any reference to that mark though either.
    3. jessica7892012, 4 years ago
      I have stumbled across the mark on Kovel's website:
      https://www.kovels.com/marks/pottery-porcelain-marks/words-initials-v.html?eid=22905

      Unfortunately there is a paid subscription to see the contents so I don't know what it says. It does confirm though that it is indeed an & sign.

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