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Staffordshire Ceramics97 of 114Mintons Humber Saucer??Myott Staffordshire A. Roberts signed "Chelsea Bird Plate" 8.5"
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    Posted 7 years ago

    philligirl
    (25 items)

    RECEIVED THIS FROM MY MOM WHO GOT IT FROM MY DAD'S SISTER. CAN'T FIND OUT WHO'S MARKS ARE ON THE BACK.

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    1. chinablue chinablue, 7 years ago
      Good call, Rob! :-)
    2. philligirl philligirl, 7 years ago
      thank you for your quick response...appreciate it!
    3. philligirl philligirl, 7 years ago
      maybe you can clear this up for me..what is the difference between Dresden &
      Cobern-Dresden. Thanks..... '
    4. chinablue chinablue, 7 years ago
      Good question. *LOL* My own understanding is that "Dresden" is sort of an overall (albeit misleading) term used for several different factories in the Dresden area of Germany. Coburg is the actual factory, in Coburg where the piece was made. You sometimes find Meissen listed as Meissen Dresden. Dresden is also sometimes used to refer to a type or style, rather than an actual factory. You can read more about it here:
      http://www.antique-marks.com/dresden-porcelain.html
    5. philligirl philligirl, 7 years ago
      Thank you for the reading material and your explanation...greatly appreciated
    6. ItalianGlassDecor ItalianGlassDecor, 7 years ago
      Hi Phiiligirl

      The term Dresden porcelain was indeed given to porcelain produced in the City of Dresden during the 19th and into the 20th century. During the war, Dresden was obliterated by the English and almost all of the items produced and the porcelain factories that made them were wiped out. Makers such as Helena Wolfsohn, Richard Klemm, Ambrosius Lamm and Donath were the very best of independent decorators operating in Dresden during the early to mid 19th century. I personally own a few pieces of Dresden porcelain by Helena Wolfsohn who was considered the cream of the crop of independent decorators operating in Dresden during the 1840's onwards. Pieces of Dresden are definitely worth collecting and something to cherish

      Dean
    7. philligirl philligirl, 7 years ago
      THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR COMMENTS ABOUT THIS PIECE OF DRESDEN.

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