Choose a subject you wish to know more about and get your answer immediately. If you cannot find an answer to your question, please do not hesitate to contact us. Or send us an e-mail with your question to info dph-trading. We respond within normal business days. Afterwards the trademark was only stamped on the annual items such as:
Bing as economical directors. The three tower in the hallmark comes from the City Coat of Arms of Copenhagen.Bing & Grondahl - B&G copenhagen porcelain
Please help us if you can with images and information. Click on photo to see large image. There might be an uncertainty of one year, when it change to a new back stamp. Also I found that at least on Christmas plates in the s there seems to be some mix up of the back stamps. On figurines with less room for the stamp - the different partial markings make it even harder to date the pieces. Please email your comments, questions, suggestions and corrections. In trade on the 2ndary market it makes no difference if the figurine is mint.
The other great Copenhagen manufactory Royal Copenhagen had a system for each pattern: A coffee cup may have number in most different patterns. Easy to work with if it wasn't for the possibility for different numbers on the same items: In Kronjyden initiated a stoneware production in cooperation with the designer J. On the same form 38 as Tema decorations like Mexico and Columbia followed together with Peru on form 45, and Coppelia, form Quistgaard og dennes firma "Dansk Design": Om salg til Jamer Antik Unstamped: Especially early Konjyden pieces Black sticker: Pottery in the fire and a crown made of bricks.
Ester Tut Fog Rostrup Ceramicist.
Dating b&g porcelain
Otto Karl Otto Johansen Sculptor. Worked at Saxbo and Lindahl Lotte Lindahl Ceramicist and painter. Christian Theodor Poulsen Ceramicist. Being 2nd quality was shown by making a scratch over the stamp, which can be felt by the tip of a nail or seen from the right angle.
Bing & Grondahl
On these pieces actually sold it can be hard to determine a certain cause of it being a 2nd. Insignificant flaws can be: Some of the 2nd factory items have visible flaws which always should be mentioned in a sales context: That would be misplaced color or discolorations under the glaze. Dots from coal dust from the firing process. Bubbles and holes in the glaze.
Firing flaws - often seen at the base and the attachments - especially larger and old pieces. This kind of flaws are born with the item, which on rare pieces can be acceptable if it does not harm the overall impression of the item. Other flaws that so to speak had happened to the item during the years are less acceptable and has nothing to do with an item being a 2nd quality: A hairline is a thin crack line in the glaze.
The glaze can be crackled. The overglaze colors and gold can be worn due to age and use and an item can have been restored after breakage or chips.
Synlige fejl som et stykke i 2. Misfarvninger i dekorationen under glasuren. Bobler og gnister i glasuren. I also welcome any photos of signatures or examples. Based on research it looks like this is it titled, who is calling?. Photos taken outside in natural light. There is a hairline scratch to the exterior, as shown in photo 3. Gray base and glaze accents that are mostly brown with blue, gray, umber, and yellow ochre--there are natural imperfections to the gl So charming, soft color hues, glaze finish, young boy and girl sitting, reading a large book, 4" by 4" and 4" high, hallmarked.
Colors of mottled blue and brown on a grey background. But, there are a few utensil marks. Listing the plate as used but it is in like new condition. Has holes on the back to add wire to hang on wall. It happens — rarely - but it does A little dirty inside.
How can I see how old my Bing & Grondahl porcelain is?
I have not cleaned up. Royal Copenhagen type of item. Each size plate, cup and saucer are numbered.