barry greenstein dating shannon elizabeth - Dating royal copenhagen marks

The method of using an additional dot for each year was becoming rather cumbersome, so in 1916 a small star was used below the standard mark with the addition of a dot for each preceding year.This method was used until 1927 when there were eleven dots arranged around the single small star.The Aluminia Faience factory date its history to the year 1862 founded by August Schittt (1834 - 1863).

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It seems to me from reference to R/C website that the backstamp is 1889-1922; it certainly seems pre the one they introduced 1935.

My only doubts with saying mine are 1889-1922 is that I am wondering why they do not give a backmark for 1923-1934??

The second mark here is set inside a circle with radiating rays. See above the marks of Ellen Malmer and Joanne Gerber from this series.. 2 Royal Copenhagen Art Nouveau Royal Copenhagen Figurines Michael Andersen & Sons Michael Andersen & Son P.2 Soholm Ceramics Soholm P.

I have a few pieces of Royal Copenhagen that I am listing - the backstamp of one is in attached pic.

But the period from 1901 - 1928 became a new period of success under the artistic input from Chr.

Joachim (1870-1943) and Harald Slott-Mller (1864-1937). They crated the important works of Danish Skonvirke in the coloristic Art faience of Aluminia.

As a rule it is black but is also found as blue or brown. In 1969 the Aluminia name was changed to Royal Copenhagen Denmark with the three wavy lines and the word Fajance (Faience).

The dating mark on the stamps after 1969 follows the same as other Royal Copenhagen items27. The first decoration mark with green rubberstamp came in 1906 - was first intended for the art faience, which then was being exported.

Helga Ostergaard The first letter in her last name is actually a Danish special character, O and E together.

I don't use it above because many who have non-European character sets on their computer will not see it.

From 1928 Royal Worcester introduced a different shape as the date code for each preceding year, until 1933, when they started the method of adding an additional dot for each year.

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