Dating royal bonn pottery
Here we have a stunning matched pair of Royal Bonn vases in a flow blue style, manufactured in a tapered hexagonal ovoid form on a raised hexagonal pedestal foot with matching hexagonal rim. One vase depicting a harbour scene, the other a figural landscape scene and each vase with a smaller pastoral scene.All within foliate scroll borders and set against a beautiful background of floral motifs on a soft blue white ground.Paabtamer – (fl not all “pewter rules dummies, ” pewter stein collector’s newsletter’s index.From start regular U title author volume page year introductory h. Popular Archaeology Online archaeology magazine leeds 7 1936.Royal Bonn is the nineteenth-and twentieth-century trade name used by Franz Anton Mehlem, who had a pottery in Bonn, Germany, from 1836 to 1931. Royal Bonn used a monogram-and-tower mark that appeared on exported pottery only with
During 1809 the lower Poppelsdorf mill was also purchased.
This ‘Imperial Crown China, Austria' backstamp was the pottery mark of a decorator and importer as distinct from a manufacturer.
It was the mark of Bawo and Dotter who basically decorated blanks at their studio in Fischern which was then in a region known as Bohemia now called Rybáře, Carlsbad in the Czech Republic.
Both Bonn vases fully marked to the base with the Royal Bonn, Crown and FAM mark.
Together with ‘SE SCHUTZE’ – Lyonais’ – ‘3033’ – ‘A1’ and other impressed marks.
Located on the grounds of the so-called 'Katzenburg' (a small summer mansion surrounded by fish ponds) near the palace they were supposed to discover the 'arcanum', the secret of porcelain production.