Misrepresented #1 :
Unknown (Asia)Repro mark found on Asian imports.
Unknown (Asia)Circle with a single slash.
(Picture by Graham Smith)
Unknown (Asia)Circle with double slash.
(Picture by Roy Cooke)
UnknownDouble-slashed 'S' on figures that all appear far too new. Claimed German, but show non-German digits.
UnknownAnother example. Note that the figures appear brilliant and new while the artificially aged bases scream 'repro'.
UnknownRepro mark dubbed AP1900, found on porcelain tiles with reprints of Alfons Mucha designs.
JapanA rare case in which this mark is actually accompanied by 'JAPAN', preventing sellers from digging up their usual 'antique French' (or similar) nonsense.
Unknown (Asia)Looks like a mark used by the Aelteste Volkstedter. However theirs was applied by hand and not stamped like this repro mark.
Unknown (Asia)Made-up mark imitating either late Vincennes or early Sevres.
Unknown (Asia)Found on reproductions, this made-up mark strongly reminds one of a mark formerly used by the Porzellanwerk Kahla (Kahla, Thuringia).
UnknownThis one looks like a combo of Kahla and Torgau marks.
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