Misrepresented #1 :
UnknownBad imitation of one of the Rauenstein marks: three instead of two sideways slashes, wrong color, overglaze, etc.
Unknown (Asia)Stylized crossed swords with circles as sword handles.
Unknown (Asia)Stylized crossed swords from around 2007, definitely not Meissen. Same mark is also seen underneath a crown.
UnknownLook-alike of the well-known Jaeger&Co. mark; this mark form is documented as 'copy' or 'fake' in various books.
UnknownCrossed four-feathered arrows above 'BLUE ONION'.
UnknownCrossed three-feathered arrows above 'HANDPAINTED'.
Unknown (Asia)Stylized crossed swords above the letter 'F'. This was soon replaced by an 'R'.
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.
Unknown (Asia)Repro mark dubbed 'FAC v2', stylized crossed swords including the letters 'FAC'.
(Picture by Balsa Djuric)
UnknownStylized crossed swords above what appears to be 'HK'.
(Picture by Jutta Mauer)
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.
UnknownStylized crossed swords above the letter 'R'. As noted before, the same swords were earlier found above an 'F'.
(Picture by Cecil Geaney)
UnknownAnother example on illegal recast. The Scheibe-Alsbach 'lump' normally is a blue piece added later but the fakers included it in the mold.
Petrus RegoutOften claimed to be Rauenstein or whatever, but this mark actually belonged to Petrus Regout from the town of Maastricht (Netherlands).
Unknown (Asia)Repro mark, crossed swords above the initials 'R.B.' in an oval, here without addition.
Unknown (Asia)Repro mark, crossed swords above the initials 'R.B.' in an oval, here with '1/1078' addition known from other repro items.
UnknownFantasy mark, crossed 'somethings' above the letter 'Z'. Literally the same items can be found carrying a crowned 'Z' mark.
UnknownSimilar mark, crossed swords above the letter 'Z'.
Unknown (Asia)A crown above crossed swords from around 2008, definitely not Meissen.
Unknown (Asia)Repro mark, crowned crossed swords and the initials 'A T B' (or 'T A B', depending on view).
(Picture by Caroline Ripley)
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'.
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)
Unknown (Asia)Another example of the previous mark, this time in a reddish brown. This (and the previous) mark was first seen in 2010.
UnknownRepro mark, crowned set of three crossed swords. The apparently hand-written 'PAINT. A LA MAIN' ('hand painted') is stamped.
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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