Our German Bavarian Shop carries fine antique and vintage German porcelain from some of these famous makers: Rosenthal, C. Tielsch, Moschendorf, Z. S. Co., Schachtel, Konigszelt, Mitterteich, Lippelsdorf GDR, and Bauscher Weiden to name a few. This shop features porcelain and china items from Germany, Austria and from the former Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia. Many of the former USSR states like Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia are now separated into smaller countries. All these countries were know for their fine hand painted porcelains which we feature at this shop. We will try as much as possible to list the country of origin at the time the piece was made if it is marked on the piece or if we have the history of the company.
Since porcelain and china pieces are breakable, they will be shipped with insurance.
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$49.95 Antique Victorian 1896-1919 Joseph Schachtel (J. S.) Hand Painted Floral Pitcher, Silesia, Germany - Item #605
What a gorgeous Joseph Schachtel Hand Painted Pitcher from Silesia, Germany. Based on the mark which reads 3 Fleur De Lis, J.S. ,Germany, this pitcher was made between 1896 to 1919. Based on its elaborate and grand style, we assume this is Victorian and would be from around 1896 to 1906. It has lovely hand painted flowers, a scalloped bottom and a gold rim and elaborate handle. There is one imprinted mark which is either "CO" or GO". It measures 4 7/8" tall at its tallest and is 4" wide from the handle to the spout. It truly is a gorgeous piece with no cracks or chips. There is general roughness on the unglazed bottom rim. Please clink on the picture to see additional pictures of this pitcher. What a lovely piece to grace any room. Circa: 1896-1919
$49.95 Antique Z. S. Co. - Zeh, Scherzer & Company Bavarian Roses Hat Pin Holder Stand - Item #606
This is a lovely Antique Z. S. Co. Bavarian Hat Pin Holder Stand. It features a lovely pink and yellow roses with gold detailing at the top, center and foot. It is signed " Z. S. Co. Bavaria" with a gold hand written number 16. Z.S. Co stands for Zeh, Scherzer & Company of Rehau, Bavaria, Germany. We are unclear if the 16 is for 1916 or the number of the painter. The hat pin holder measures 2 7/16" wide at the bottom and 1 3/8" wide at the top. There is only one tiny nick at one of the scallops at the top edge which can be felt but is very hard to see and minor rubbing of the gold along the rim. Please click on the picture to see additional pictures of this hat pin holder/stand. This is eligible for USPS First Class Mail with Insurance. his would look lovely on top of a Victorian dresser or bathroom vanity filled with antique hat pins. It can also be used as a vase for thin stemmed flowers. Circa: 1800+
This is a lovely Antique Bavarian Hand Painted Tray by the PM Moschendorf Factory in Bavaria, Germany. The back stamp dates the piece from 1904 to 1938. It is hand painted with pink flowers and has a filigree gold pattern around the tray bottom. The rim of the tray is also trimmed in gold. The tray measures 8 1/4" long handle to handle by 5 1/5" wide. The back stamp is green and has the PM logo of a crown, wreath and PM with Bavaria and the number 11 or A underneath it. The condition is good for its age. We only see rubbing along the gold rim and only the gold filigree at the bottom of the tray. There are two small factory pits on the tray. It is truly a darling tray. Please choose a shipping method that includes insurance at checkout. This tray could also be used as a tray to serve desserts at a tea party or used on a dresser.
$49.95 Antique Victorian Floral Roses 9" Serving Bowl From The Konigszelt Porcelain Factory in Silesia, Germany - Item #460
This is a lovely Antique Bavarian Hand painted Dresser Tray by the PM Moschendorf Factory in Bavaria. The back stamp dates the piece from 1904 to 1938. It is hand painted with pink flowers and has a filigree gold pattern around the tray bottom. The rim of the tray is also trimmed in gold. The tray measures 7 3/4" long by 5 1/5" wide, not including the handles. The back stamp is green and has the PM logo of a crown, wreath and PM with Bavaria and the number 11 or A underneath it. The condition is good for its age. We only see rubbing along the gold rim and only the gold filigree at the bottom of the tray. There are two small factory pits on the tray. It is truly a darling tray. The picture came out dark and we will try to get a better picture in this light. This tray could also be used as a tray to serve desserts at a tea party. .
$34.95 Antique Victorian 1887-1900 C. Tielsch & Company Heart Shaped Bowl Wall Plate with Elegant Gold Scrolled Rococo Border from Silesia, Germany - Item #522
This is a very beautiful and unusual Victorian 1887-1900 C. Tielsch & Company Heart Shaped Bowl Wall Plate with Elegant Gold Scrolled Rococo Border from Silesia, Germany. Pictures do not do this beauty justice. It features a floral spray in the colors of pink, yellow, blue, orange and green. We recognize larkspur as one of the flowers. It has a beautiful elaborate gold scrolled rococo border and crested top. It looks like it served two purposes in its day due to its shape. One would be for a serving bowl, the other for hanging on the wall for display. The bowl measures 11 3/4" x 10 3/4" x 1 3/4". It is signed with a green C. Tielsch & Co. mark which dates it from 1887 to 1900. It also has a red mark which reads "10104" and then "40". Please click on the picture to see additional pictures of the plate bowl.
The front of the bowl is in great shape. There is one small chip on the underside of the lip. Unfortunately, the bottom foot has had a lot of wear. There are numerous chips out of the foot. When we obtained this bowl, it had been used hanging on the wall because a wall hanger was attached to it. It would be a beautiful piece to hang on the wall at the top of a combination of old wall plates. This may have been the original intention of this plate since the shape and crest fit perfectly for it.
$29.95 Vintage Mitterteich Bavarian Germany Cup and Saucer- Item # 205
This is a very delicate and dainty cup and saucer with different colors and types of flowers on it. The cup is footed in a dainty stand. It is gold trimmed and in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. It is back stamped Mitterteich Bavaria Germany. The stamp has an "M" in the center of a wreath with a flower on top of the M. It has the number 049 Germany on it. Circa 1918+.
This is an interesting cute compote. It has lovely rose and floral sprigs on top and around the base of the compote and is trimmed in gold. It measures 3" high with the saucer's diameter being 4 1/2". It appears to be a blending of 2 different pieces made by the same company using different marks. The saucer portion is marked "Made in the German Democratic Republic". You can just make out part of the word "Porzellanfiguren". The base is marked with a crown, 1877, GDR, which stands for German Democratic Republic, which is the mark for V.E.B. Porzellanfiguren Lippelsdorf. This piece is in great condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. The pedestal rocks slightly. It makes a lovely tea compote for candies, bonbons, nuts or tea cakes. It also would make a lovely addition as a soap dish for a sink. Truly a lovely piece with history. Circa 1949 to 1951.
$7.95 Vintage Austrian Emblem Cup and Saucer - Item #217
This cup has an emblem with a horseshoe with a ride inside it. The cup is back stamped Wilhelmsburger, Prozellan, Austria. The saucer however is back stamped Lilien, Porzellan, Austria. Both the cup and saucer match and go maybe the same company at different dates thus the two different back stamps. It is a cute set in good condition with no chips, cracks, or crazing. There is minor flea bites on the rim of the saucer. There is some rubbing of the gold and green trim on the cup. This is a petite set with cup measuring 2" tall by 2 1/2" in diameter not counting the handle. The saucer measures 4 3/4" in diameter.
$7.95 Vintage Bavarian Bauscher Weiden Demitasse Cup and Saucer - Item #216
This is a cute blue with gold trim emblem demitasse or cappuccino cup and saucer made by Bauscher Weiden in Bavaria, Germany. The Bauscher made porcelain hotel ware. The emblem is interesting because the bottom portion appears to be the Weimar Eagle part of the Weimar Republic. The crown at the top appears to be part of the early German empires. The back stamp dates to circa 1921 to 1939. The cup measures 2" tall by 1 7/8" in diameter, not including the handle. The saucer measures 4 1/4" in diameter. It is in great condition with no chips, cracks, or crazing. The rim of the cup feels slightly rough but there are no chips, cracks or flea bites to cause this. I think it was just the way the glaze was fired.