Identifying German Pottery

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Tips and Tricks for Identifying and Dating East and West German Pottery. The East, West German pottery era was unlike anything seen before or since, switching from the literal explosions of World War II to the explosion of creativity compensating for decades of artistic repression and responding to anger and despair with .Introduction to identifying West German pottery with information on the base, including clay color and numbers .WG = Walter Gerhards KG = Kommanditgesellschaft Kera Modern, at Ransbach - Baumbach, Westerwald To our knowledge a company "Kera Keramik" never existed. Walter Gerhards KG founded 1959, registered May 1959. The personal liable man Komplementar of the Kommanditgesellschaft KG was the "Fabrikant" .The next place to turn to is the base of the piece to check for pottery marks. West German pottery can have up to three identifying stamps that designate piece number, country of production and company. However, many pieces only have one or two of these marks; some have none. Note, an absence of markings does not .

Gin-For's Odditiques Ginny and Forrest Poston's Oddities and Antiques West and East German Pottery Marks and Identification. This page is .For the antiques collector, identifying antique furniture is one of the most fascinating aspects of antique collecting because most collect what they like.Whether its English pottery marks or German porcelain marks, Japanese vintage backstamps or Chinese seal marks, the abundance of unknownnding logos sometimes can .Our German Bohe.n pottery markings archive shows that Germanic porcelain marks are often less easy to identify than English marks because at the height of the .

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