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?German pin dish

Post by jords80 on Sun 30 Aug - 10:13

Any info on this small dish would be appreciated, completely blank on the underside with no marks. Wasn't sure if German or Austrian, factory, date etc. Very nicely painted

Thanks, Jordan

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Post by dantheman on Sun 30 Aug - 12:13

we still need to see the underside Jordan

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Post by jords80 on Sun 30 Aug - 12:38

here it is, fine porcelain

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Post by NaomiM on Sun 30 Aug - 12:59

Yes, it looks 19thC German, but without a mark it'll be difficult to ID. There were a lot of artists buying blanks to paint on to advertise their skills and to get private commissions.

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Post by jords80 on Sun 30 Aug - 13:04

thanks, quality-wise where would you put it?
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Post by NaomiM on Sun 30 Aug - 13:15

Very very good :) But value is as a decorative piece and that depends on how pretty the figure is (very pretty) and how many clothes she has on ;)

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