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Early European porcelain as collected by Otto Blohm.

Otto Blohm

Early European porcelain as collected by Otto Blohm.

by Otto Blohm

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Published by F. Bruckmann in München .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Porcelain -- Private collections,
  • Porcelain, European

  • Edition Notes

    Collection made by Otto and Magdalena Blohm between 1904 and 1944.

    Statement[By] Robert Schmidt. [Translation by Marie Schuette and Klaus Knipping]
    ContributionsBlohm, Magdalena Matthes, 1879-1950., Schmidt, Robert, 1878-1952.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK4483 .B553
    The Physical Object
    Pagination284 p.
    Number of Pages284
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6235476M
    LC Control Number57041526
    OCLC/WorldCa1392962

    With her husband, Edward M. Pflueger, she acquired the Otto Blohm porcelain collection in and continued for forty years assembling a superb collection of over hundred pieces of French and German faïence and German porcelain. pieces from the Pflueger collection will be donated to the Boston Museum of Arts. The blue-china book. Early American scenes and history pictured in the pottery of the time. Af Ada Walker Camehl. Early European porcelain as collected by Otto Blohm. Af Robert Schmidt. sider, ill + farvetavler, ib. – No af eksemplarer - “ The book gives a good general look at a wide range of types of rugs.

    European porcelain was born in the German city of Meissen in Until now, no source book was available to show the marks used by manufacturers, factories and decorators from the beginning to the present. Marks on German, Bohemian and Austrian Porcelain to the Present includes more than 3, marks, many of them previously : Hardcover. European porcelain was born in the German city of Meissen in Until now, no source book was available to show the marks used by manufacturers, factories and decorators from the beginning to the present. Marks on German, Bohemian and Austrian Porcelain to the Present includes more than 3, marks, many of them previously unpublished.

    Romanian Porcelain Tray Size: 1 H x 5½ W x 5 D Condition: very good no chips, cracks or flea Bites. The design portion has a textured feel. The design could have been silkscreen? Markings: Markings: Black Raven Logo on bottom H underneath and an indistinguible word - also number 13 There is also a red mark : 7 Oz' is part of set of two porcelain boxes, a. Buy Directory of European Porcelain: Marks, Makers, and Factories by Ludwig Danckert online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $1,


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