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    Posted 12 months ago

    Emsien
    (7 items)

    Found these at an estate sale reminded me of ones my grandma had - just wondering what they are - any info would be appreciated

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    1. Emsien, 12 months ago
      Does anyone know who that trademark is - looks like an acorn and the letter M ?
    2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 12 months ago
      They look German to my eye. Beautifully modelled. Love ‘em. Just the two ???
    3. Emsien, 12 months ago
      Yes just the 2 pieces - does the trademark/logo look familiar?
    4. Emsien, 12 months ago
      I added another pic - I tried to enlarge and sharpen the image - not sure if that will help
    5. Emsien, 12 months ago
      OK mystery solved - they are Porzellanfabrik E.&A. Müller (1890 until 1927).
    6. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 11 months ago
      The first reminded me of the Chinese "Mud Men" from the 1920's but they look a lot older than these.
    7. Emsien, 11 months ago
      Someone on another website recognized the mark - they are Porzellanfabrik E.&A. Müller (1890 until 1927
    8. vetraio50 vetraio50, 11 months ago
      Great result EMSIEN. They are great.

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