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    Posted 3 months ago

    Angus100
    (45 items)

    I found this at Goodwill several years ago. There was a very small piece of paper , which said if I remember correctly, Worlds Fair 194? The stamp has FR NECEL in the middle....any thoughts or knowledge? I absolutely love it. Looks like some of the Czech and Polish ceramics..

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 3 months ago
      Polish. Necel.

      "The workshop was founded in 1907 by Franciszek Necel, who came to Chmielno in 1897. His father, Micha? Necel VI (1831 - 1895), was the owner of a pottery workshop in Ko?cierzyna. After the death of his father, Franciszek sold the business in Ko?cierzyna and decided to look for happiness in America. After a few years, he had to return to his hometown with the remainder of his capital."

      A google translation of text from this link : https://www.theoldstuff.com/pl/sygnatury-porcelany/category/92-sygnatury-neclow

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