European porcelain pitcher creamer - Any ideas on maker??

Discussion in 'Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain' started by kaudet, Jul 17, 2018.

  1. kaudet

    kaudet Well-Known Member

    European white porcelain pitcher/creamer. Pink mauve flowers. Turquoise blue, yellow & brown leaves. Raspberries or gooseberries. Vertical bands on rim and bottom separated by gold lines. Gold mark on bottom.Scalloped rim. 5" tall. Hope you can help. KA mystery pitcher august 21 2016 109.JPG mystery pitcher august 21 2016 110.JPG mystery pitcher august 21 2016 112.JPG mystery pitcher august 21 2016 113.JPG
     
  2. clutteredcloset49

    clutteredcloset49 Well-Known Member

    These are usually German or Austrian.
    Doubt you will be able to pin down a maker. The mark may be the decorator mark.
    Mid to late 1800s.
    Don't usually bring a high dollar amount. More for use in decorating.
     
  3. kaudet

    kaudet Well-Known Member

    Clutteredcloset = Thanks for your help. You've given me enough info so am on my way to list.
     
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