Misrepresented #1 :
UnknownCrowned eagle above 'Z.P.M.' and a pseudo-Sevres mark.
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Arnold)
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.
Unknown (Asia)Repro mark, a crowned shield containing crossed arrows with '1908-1912' addition.
(Picture by Mariette Van den Munckhof-Vedder)
Unknown (Asia)Stylized crown above the initials 'AA', often incorrectly claimed to be a German mark.
UnknownStylized crown above a capital 'B'.
UnknownImpersonation of a Ludwigsburg, Passau or Niderviller mark, of course this one is far too modern to be real.
UnknownImpersonation of a Ludwigsburg, Passau or Niderviller mark which actually looks as if it was made with a felt-tip pen.
UnknownImpersonation of a Ludwigsburg, Passau or Niderviller mark, gold overglaze. This was found together with another mark, see next image.
UnknownSame piece, but underglaze (pic taken at an angle, was hard to see otherwise). An impersonation of a Bloch (Paris, France) mark.
UnknownOverglaze golden version found on a badly decorated import figurine.
Sri Lanka'ROCOCO COLLECTION', first mark on figurines produced by CDC between 1990 and 1995.
(Thanks to Ivan Golsky for info and this mark.)
Sri Lanka'HANDMADE ROKOKO 1720-80', second mark by CDC. Both versions usually carry a small 'MADE IN SRI LANKA' sticker.
Sri Lanka'CDC HANDBEMALT', third mark by CDC, customized for the German market. This time with original 'MADE IN SRI LANKA' sticker.
UnknownCrowned capital 'D' similar to the Keilhauer or Klette marks; some people therefore claim this to be a Höffner (Sandizell, Bavaria) mark.
UnknownMade-up mark, hand-drawn crown. Note that the 'MADE IN AUSTRIA' is similar to the addition found with the repro crowned 'VICWNA' mark.
GermanyOften claimed to be from 'around 1900' by porcelain shoe collectors. They are way off as the company responsible for this mark was founded in 1951.
Unknown (Asia)Crowned initials 'JN' found on the typical modern brass-and-craquele-porcelain reproductions.
(Picture by eBay user joflora)
UnknownCrown above the initials 'MR' and '1773'.
Sri LankaStylized crown above a capital 'P'. Some sellers invented all kinds of stories about this mark.
Sri LankaAs you can see, these items were normally shipped with a 'MADE IN SRI LANKA' sticker.
UnknownSimple crown above a capital 'S'.
San Marco, ItalyCrown including the initials 'SM' above a capital 'N'.
(Identified by Cheryl Barry)
Unknown (Asia)Repro mark found on pill boxes, mark tries to wake an association with the 'PMP' mark originally used by the Porzellanmanufaktur Plaue.
GermanyThis mark (on Unterweissbach items only) was from 1985 onwards used on items of secondary quality sold via a non-related outlet.
(Picture by Marc Eerdekens)
Unknown (Asia)Repro mark, 'VICWNA' and 'OEOETZUCH OESCNUTZT' addition. Don't let the impressed 'VIENNA' fool you!
Unknown (Asia)Repro mark, crown held up by two lions. 'VICWNA' was meant to read 'VIENNA' and ...
Unknown (Asia)... 'OEOETZUCH OESCNUTZT' should read 'GESETZLICH GESCHÜTZT'. The forger must have been drunk, stoned, or both.
Unknown (Asia)Repro mark, crown above the letter 'Z' and the '1/1078' addition found on many reproductions.
(Image by www.antik-forum.ru)
UnknownMark used on reproductions: lion and gryphon flanking a shield.
Unknown (Asia)Repro mark dubbed AD1764, here the monochrome version. Found on same items as WL1895, JBT1906, etc.
Unknown (Asia)Repro mark dubbed AD1764, here an example of the multicolor version.
Unknown (Asia)Repro mark dubbed 'FAC v3'. Stylized crown above pseudo-shield containing the letters 'FAC'. There are also two crossed swords marks that use the same letters.
Unknown (Asia)Repro mark dubbed LRIA1898, crowned shield surrounded by a laurel wreath. Found on same items as WL1895, JBT1906, etc.
(Picture by Joe Terni)
Unknown (Asia)No 'Thumbs Up!' for this mark of Asian origin.
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