PM&M / Resources / Misrepresented #1 :

Category 'Crossed'

Mark Image #1
Unknown
Bad imitation of one of the Rauenstein marks: three instead of two sideways slashes, wrong color, overglaze, etc.
Mark Image #2
Unknown (Asia)
Stylized crossed swords with circles as sword handles.
Mark Image #3
Unknown (Asia)
Stylized crossed swords from around 2007, definitely not Meissen. Same mark is also seen underneath a crown.
Mark Image #4Crossed sabers, often accompanied by a 'BONE CHINA LACE' addition.
Mark Image #5Crossed stylized sabers above a capital 'A' (earliest version).
Mark Image #6Crossed stylized sabers above a capital 'A' and 'HAND PAINTED'.
Mark Image #7Capital 'A' above stylized sabers and 'ARNART 5TH AVE', etc.
Mark Image #8Cross-hatch mark above 'AUSTRIA'.
Mark Image #9Capital 'A' above crossed sabers and 'BLUE ONION'.
Mark Image #10Typical three-feathered crossed arrows.
Mark Image #11Crossed arrows and a 'BLUE ONION' addition.
Mark Image #12Crossed arrows and a 'BRAUN ONION' addition.
Mark Image #13Four-feathered crossed arrow mark from an item designed for Arnart by Stouffer.
Mark Image #14
Unknown
Look-alike of the well-known Jaeger&Co. mark; this mark form is documented as 'copy' or 'fake' in various books.
Mark Image #15
Unknown
Crossed four-feathered arrows above 'BLUE ONION'.
Mark Image #16
Unknown
Crossed three-feathered arrows above 'HANDPAINTED'.
Mark Image #17
Unknown (Asia)
Stylized crossed swords above the letter 'F'. This was soon replaced by an 'R'.
Mark Image #18
Unknown (Asia)
Repro mark dubbed 'FAC v1', stylized crossed swords including the letters 'FAC'. There is also a shield-based version (FAC v3) containing the same letters.
Mark Image #19
Unknown (Asia)
Repro mark dubbed 'FAC v2', stylized crossed swords including the letters 'FAC'.
(Picture by Balsa Djuric)
Mark Image #20
Unknown
Stylized crossed swords above what appears to be 'HK'.
(Picture by Jutta Mauer)
Mark Image #21
Unknown (Asia)
Mark found on reproductions, an imitation of a mark originally used by the decoration studio August Schmidt (Ilmenau, Thuringia) who of course used other letters.
Mark Image #22Crossed arrow and saber above the letter 'L'.
Mark Image #23
Unknown
Stylized crossed swords above the letter 'R'. As noted before, the same swords were earlier found above an 'F'.
(Picture by Cecil Geaney)
Mark Image #24
Unknown
Another example on illegal recast. The Scheibe-Alsbach 'lump' normally is a blue piece added later but the fakers included it in the mold.
Mark Image #25
Petrus Regout
Often claimed to be Rauenstein or whatever, but this mark actually belonged to Petrus Regout from the town of Maastricht (Netherlands).
Mark Image #26
Unknown (Asia)
Repro mark, crossed swords above the initials 'R.B.' in an oval, here without addition.
Mark Image #27
Unknown (Asia)
Repro mark, crossed swords above the initials 'R.B.' in an oval, here with '1/1078' addition known from other repro items.
Mark Image #28
Unknown
Fantasy mark, crossed 'somethings' above the letter 'Z'. Literally the same items can be found carrying a crowned 'Z' mark.
Mark Image #29
Unknown
Similar mark, crossed swords above the letter 'Z'.
Mark Image #30
Unknown (Asia)
A crown above crossed swords from around 2008, definitely not Meissen.
Mark Image #31
Unknown (Asia)
Repro mark, crowned crossed swords and the initials 'A T B' (or 'T A B', depending on view).
(Picture by Caroline Ripley)
Mark Image #32
Unknown (Asia)
Repro mark, neither French nor old. Same crown as previous mark, swords also re-used. Reads 'PARIS ROYAL' and 'PAINT A LA MAIN'.
Mark Image #33
Unknown (Asia)
Repro mark dubbed HIW1866. Same items as AD1764, JBT1906, LRIA1898 and WL1895. Appears hand-drawn but is stamped.
(Picture by Lavi Ben Ari)
Mark Image #34
Unknown (Asia)
Another example of the previous mark, this time in a reddish brown. This (and the previous) mark was first seen in 2010.
Mark Image #35Repro mark from the Neundorf line.
Mark Image #36Repro mark from the Neundorf line.
Mark Image #37
Unknown
Repro mark, crowned set of three crossed swords. The apparently hand-written 'PAINT. A LA MAIN' ('hand painted') is stamped.
Mark Image #38
Unknown (Asia)
Repro mark, a crowned shield containing crossed arrows with '1908-1912' addition.
(Picture by Mariette Van den Munckhof-Vedder)

 


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