The bowl is slightly out of round, which is as it should be for a piece of early 19th century woodenware. X587 19th century Pennsylvania Cutlery Tray, with the original black paint dovetailed case, The divider is one piece of wood that has a handle that is hand carved from the same piece of wood.
one board bottom Y195 late 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania, original green painted Milk Bucket, with wooden applied handles.
To give an example using the mark above the chart, you get the following information: Material-Ceramics, Design registered-April 7, 1857.
The Bundle number is unimportant to most collectors. Meir & Son plate: Using the diagram, and chart above gives you February 4, 1857 D.-Day of the Month E.-Bundle Number Exceptions: 1st-6th of March 1878, W was used for the year instead of D, and G was used for the month in place of W.
By the beginning of the 19th century, many of the original German china factories had ceased production.
After large kaolin deposits were discovered in the area of Selb, Bavaria, a new chapter in the history of German porcelain factories began.
The Bucket is made of cypress wood, held in place with two handmade iron bands.
Z95 19th century Pennsylvania original red painted wooden bowl, American, mid-19th century, A lathe-turned bowl having a beaded rim .slightly out of round, Retains an old dry red paint with good patina Z4 Early 19th c.
To give an example using the mark above the chart, you get the following information: Material-Ceramics, Design registered-August 9, 1870.
The Bundle number is unimportant to most collectors.
With the success of Meissen came the opening of dozens of porcelain factories as the rulers of different German states and regions vied to dominate the European and American markets.
Many well-known names in the porcelain industry got their start in Germany at that time.