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The AEAA is exceptionally proud to showcase this RARE 1900-1902 scenic hand transfer, hand gilded, Royal Bayreuth sculpted 4 foot, peaked blossom rim fernier, featuring a stylish Scottish Gent trout fishing from a boat. He is surrounded by a spectacular marsh with ducks on the wing. Our special fernier in a less valuable sheep scene, can be found on page #53 / plate 209, in Royal Bayreuth A Collectors Guide Book II by Mary J. McCaslin. This marvelous & Rare planter lists between $300, and $400. The fernier is in excellent condition, and weighs 9 oz. and measuring 6 x 5.75 x 3.25 inches high. xxxxxxxxxxx. Königlich privilegierte Porzellanmanufaktur Tettau, Ferdinand Klaus lasted from 1852 until 1866, and with ownership finalized in 1852, Ferdinand Klaus made a decision to continue to use the same markings. He also kept the product range and only made minor changes in decoration style. During this period, new decorators were employed increasing the workforce to around 70 people. The company became Königlich privilegierte Porzellanmanufaktur Tettau, Sontag & Birkner from 1866 until 1879, and after 14 successful years, Birkner retired from the business with his place being taken by the investor and businessman Ludwig Maisel. Königlich privilegierte Porzellanmanufaktur Tettau, Sontag & Maisel lasted from 1879 until 1902, and this period included a large blaze which completely destroyed the factory in 1897. Based on a very promising business forecast, the owners instantly started to rebuild the factory, only much larger this time. Following the successful restart of operations, Maisel decided to retire and his former partner was joined by his sons.Named Königlich privilegierte Porzellanmanufaktur Tettau, Sontag & Söhne, from 1902 until 1915, the factory produced the finest, most diversified, and valuable hand decorated porcelain in the company’s history, the Royal Bayreuth Line! Sontag's sons were very active and next to running the business in Tettau they also opened a decoration studio in the Thuringian town of Geiersthal where they decorated their own blanks, as well as goods made by the Fraureuth Porzellan company. During the next years the factory was constantly modernized and prospered, leading to the transformation into a corporation in the year 1915.
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Estimate $250 - $285Aug 02, 2015
Starting Price $1
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