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    Posted 5 years ago

    JayOwen
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    Manufacturer mark - Rosenthal Banhof Selb....it's the Banhof that is throwing my off (no pun intended). I can not find any information. Nice piece, picked up at local Goodwill Store for $4.99.
    Any help with the history, pattern information or any other fun facts?

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    1. LaurenRedmond LaurenRedmond, 5 years ago
      I think this st a coffee pot? I only say that because of the elongated shape!
    2. Gillian, 5 years ago
      Selb is a town, and Bahnhof is a railroad station.

      Selb is well known for its porcelain manufacture, and is the home of the Rosenthal (company) factory, founded in 1879 by Philipp Rosenthal as a family business.
    3. JayOwen JayOwen, 5 years ago
      The big black mark is a mystery....the photo depicts it accurately.
      keramikos - thanks for the links.
      Gillian - thanks for the translation and history info.
    4. JayOwen JayOwen, 5 years ago
      keramikos - looks like the "Aida" is a style that comes in various colors and maybe even patterns. I found an "Aida" in white and cream. The coffee pot looks identical, in terms of style, to the one I have listed except for the color/pattern.
      https://www.replacements.com/p/rosenthal---continental-aida-white-coffee-pot-lid/r%20%20aidw/5290701
      I will check with the Porzellanikon museum, thanks for the help.

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