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China and Dinnerware80 of 5815Jean Cocteau "Orpheus" Plate for Limoges 1958Chrysanthemum Teacup by G.T. Marsh & Co.
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    Posted 5 months ago

    Bumblebee77
    (3 items)

    This is a plate bought on sale. I am so curious about everything about it. No clues whatsoever where it’s produced, when, and so on. If any knowledgeable staff / collectors could help with this I’d be really glad. This plate talks a language of delicacy. Does it make sense?

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    1. keramikos, 5 months ago
      Hi, Bumblebee77. :-)

      The mark looks like it could be Porzellan-Fabrik Kalk Eisenberg:

      https://www.porzellanfieber.de/Porzellanfabrik-Kalk_Literatur_Porzellanmarken-in-der-Fachliteratur-und-Werbung.html

      This pattern (Feston) looks very similar, but with gold rims:

      https://www.porzellanfieber.de/Porzellanfabrik-Kalk_Katalog_Bildkatalog_1952_Thueringer-Porzellan-in-alle-Welt_Bildtafel2.html

      https://www.lauritz.com/da/auktion/porzellanfabrik-kalk-eisenberg-diverse-dele-stel-45/i4705820/

      However, be aware there are a lot of fakes out there:

      https://pressofatlanticcity.com/life/collectors-confused-about-the-fake-mark-on-china/article_e72dc00e-9746-5eee-b9b7-6f350f4c870d.html
    2. keramikos, 5 months ago
      Porzellan-Fabrik Kalk china marks:

      https://www.porzellanfieber.de/Porzellanfabrik-Kalk_Literatur_Porzellanmarken-in-der-Fachliteratur-und-Werbung.html
    3. Bumblebee77 Bumblebee77, 5 months ago
      Guess what. Thank you so much for the link. It’s the right pattern and also I have done some own research and found out it’s precisely what has been found from the post. Thank you so much. Mystery solved!
    4. keramikos, 5 months ago
      Bumblebee77, You're welcome. :-)

      Could you please mark this post as Mystery Solved?

      We have a veritable bone yard of Unsolved Mystery posts here at CW S&T. Many of them are legitimately marked as Unsolved Mystery, but many of them are needlessly still marked as such, because the mystery was solved to the satisfaction of the post creator, but they neglect to mark it as solved.

      I myself am frequently guilty of not asking people to change the status of their post, because I'm usually just so glad that I was able to help somebody solve a mystery that I forget. };-)
    5. Bumblebee77 Bumblebee77, 5 months ago
      Hey. I just saw the button now so it’s marked now. Thank you once again for the help.

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