The second one, Hugo, died in 1860. His brother along with his widow Julie run the company. In 1877 took over the next generation, Max and Arthur (sons of Julius and Hugo). After Max left, Arthur gained sole ownership. The factory became a public limited company Von Schierholz Porzellan Manufaktur Plaue G.
The company was nationalized after WWII when Thuringia became a part of Eastern Germany. It was named VEB Porzellan Manufaktur Plaue. After German re-unification in 1990 Von Schierholz Porzellan Manufaktur Plaue G. From 1995 it is a part of the Königlich privilegierte Porzellanmanufaktur Tettau G.Massive and robust, this piece was built to last for centuries, a real work of German master-craft. It's difficult to imagine how a 150-year-old porcelain vase could be so preserved.
Not a single iota of damage to the cherubs, and I also could not find any damage to the flowers, which is very rare. Usually thin porcelain leaves, flowers or petals break over time. But here, we can see that everything is in place. The paint is in excellent condition, though there is minimal, barely noticeable wear to the gilding.
At the bottom there is an old label, an expert's assessment which is obviously erroneous, but I left it. Please carefully regard all photos.
Item will be sent fully tracked and insured. This item is in the category "Pottery, Ceramics & Glass\Decorative Pottery, Ceramics & Glass\Vases".
The seller is "popugai" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Egypt, Reunion, South Africa.
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