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Regina did not date their pieces. They had different backstamps from the period 1916 to closure in 1979. It is quite impossible to give you all the variations here. Look at www.goudadesign.co.uk or th...
The mark you can see with the script style of the word 'Regina' was used for items from circa 1945 to 1979. Decor 'Avisa' was only produced in circa 1955.
This was made in Gouda by Plateelbakkerij Zuid-Holland (PZH). The decor is called 'Marga'. Date is 1923. Probably painted by Johanna Kelder. The 620 is the model number. You are quite right about 'so...
Hi. Made in Gouda by Plateelbakkerij Zuid-Holland (PZH). Decor is called 'Gladys'. Date is 1929. Probably painted by Cornelis Abraham Prins. Model number is 1900 which you can also see incised in...
These were made in Gouda by Plateelbakkerij Zuid-Holland (PZH). PZH closed in 1964. Known as 'serviceware' - items for household use. They are part of a larger set. The date is mid to late 1930's. Reg...
Hi. The date of this is post WW2 - say 1950/1970's. Impossible to date with accuracy as the painter is (at present) unknown. The decor name is the L.O. and model number is 1199. Hope that helps.
Hi. Made by Swinnertons Ltd of Hanley, England. One of the many Staffordshire Potteries. Date is 1930's/1940's.
Hello 'artislove'. It would have been very difficult for Breetvelt to have painted this! It was painted in 1927 and Breetvelt died in 1923. This is a 'Decor Breetvelt', which means a Breetvelt style ...
Hello. Painted by H.J.A. Weinberg. He was a painter at Porceleyne Fles from 1938 to 1971.
Probably painted by B.J. Vogelezang. He worked for Porceleyne Fles from 1957 to 1981.
Hi. These were made in Gouda by Plateelbakkerij Zuid-Holland (PZH). They are a matte glaze and date to circa 1910. The decor name is 'Damascus'. Unknown painter. Hope that helps. Stuart.
Hi. This was made in Belgium by Boch Keramis. It is tin-glazed, handpainted Delftware. It dates from about 1900 to 1920. Hope that helps.