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Category: PORCELAIN (5 records) Auction Title: 2003 – Venice Auction: ANTIQUE MAH JONG GAME, SMALL APPLIANCES, ANTIQUE MAP OF FLORIDA, BARWARE, TABLE LINENS, POTTERY/PORCELAIN, ANTIQUE POSTCARDS, CHRISTMAS, CLOTHING, DINNER SERVICES, PILLOWS, SPECIALTY GLASS, TRAILER HITCHES. - AUCTION ENDS Tuesday October 20th, 2020 7:00PM ET

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T51-1.jpg1890 A.J. LANTERNIER & CIE, LIMOGES, FRANCE - GILT ANTIQUE DINNER SERVICE, 4 DINNER PLATES, 4 DESSERT/SIDE PLATES:  This dinner ware partial service carries the 1890 mark.  All hand painted, heavy raised gold gilt edges,  The hand-painted campanula (Canterbury bells) are a favorite of Victorian design, they are painted in red, all by hand.  Some of the hand painted areas have rubbed off, but that is not a stencil, you can see that when you look at it with a loupe.  Lanternier was also famous for making dolls' heads.  Plates with heavy gilt such as these generally sell for $50 each and much more.  In 1857 François Frédéric Lanternier opened a porcelain decorating studio in Limoges. Around 1885, in association with Breuil, he took over the former Chabrol factory and started producing the wares that were decorated in his studio that employed 34 painters in 1870. The company carried on an extensive exporting business with table china being the primary product line. In 1890, Frédéric's son, Alfred, who had worked in England as a representative for Wedgwood, joined him and the company name was changed to A. Lanternier & Cie. At that time they bought another factory in Limoges. During the World War I they produced fine quality doll heads. From 1918 onwards the factory produced table wares (tea, coffee and dinner sets). In 1925 A. Lanternier presented several pieces at the Paris Decorative Arts Exhibition and was awarded a "Grand Prix" of the jury. The porcelains presented by Pomone design studio (Au Bon Marché department store) and La Maîtrise, the design studio of the famous Paris department store Galeries Lafayette, were produced by Lanternier. They also participated in the 1931 Paris Colonial Exhibition. The company merged with Porcelaines G.D.A. in the late 1960s.

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T58-1.jpgRAISED GOLD DECORATION ON PORCELAIN, MARKED MADE IN JAPAN:  Date is after 1921.  This appears to be more of a KIDDUSH cup that any other item.  But it's hard to say.  It's very unusual for a vase shape, it's too big to be a wine glass, and I can find nothing similar in this size:  5.5" tall with 3.75" mouth opening.  Wares with the triple leaf mark is an unknown. Many companies have closed and many records were lost.  There is a a Japanese web site on wares made during WWII, this mark was used on domestic items. These were designated as being from Gifu Prefecture. 

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1915 OREMONT (ARZBERG) - BAVARIA (GERMANY)  PORCELAIN LUSTREWARE VASE No. 25 with SILHOUETTE DESIGN:  From circa 1915 to 1927, Arzberg used the export trademark ″Oremont″.  Arzberg is the trademark of a German manufacturer of porcelain, founded in 1887 in Arzberg, Bavaria. Its fame is largely based on designs by Hermann Gretsch, whose Form 1382, conceived in 1931 and based on Bauhaus principles, marks a milestone in modern design; Form 1382 is still produced today, and sold worldwide. Hutschenreuther AG, holder of the Arzberg trademark since 1972, was dissolved in 2000 and the trademark was taken over by SKV-Porzellan-Union GmbH, founded in 1993 by the porcelain companies Schirnding, Kronester and Johann Seltmann Vohenstrauß. In 2004, SKV-Porzellan-Union GmbH was renamed Arzberg-Porzellan GmbH. In 2003, the company had approximately 250 employees. Since 2000, however, the headquarters of the company holding the trademark Arzberg (and Schirnding as well) are located in Schirnding, where production took place. After 10 years Arzberg GmbH announced its insolvency. Today the trademark is owned by Rosenthal porcelain.

 



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T76-1.pngMIKASA "Bridal Lace" VASES: one 4 inches and one 6 inches, both with ribbon woven through. A nice size for your smaller blooms like zinnias. These sell for between $12 and $16 on the secondary auction market.  Wonderful for Christmas blooms!!

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