Gilded Cobalt Demitasse

German

Gilded Cobalt Demitasse

DEM0061

Stamped Rosenthal Germany Kunstabteilung Selg


Gilded Cobalt Demitasse

DEM0067

Stamped “Turn EW Vienna”

Carries the red EW hallmark with the city names Turn (Turn-Teplitz) & Vienna which is the mark used from 1899 to 1918.
The Ernst Wahliss company was founded in Trnovany (Turn-Teplitz, Bohemia, Austria) or modern day Czech Republic in 1863. The company had stores in London and Vienna. In 1894 Wahliss purchased the Alfred Stellmacher Imperial and Royal Porcelain Factory. Following Ernst’s death in 1900 his sones purchased hundreds of molds from the former Imperial and Royal Porcelain Manufactory of Vienna and made fine reproductions of older Vienna porcelain. In 1905 the firm was renamed Alexandra Porcelain Works Ernst Wahliss. The important designer Paul Dachsel worked for the company prior to starting his own company in 1905.

 


Gilded Cobalt Demitasse

DEM0074

Stamped “England Coalport”


Gilded Cobalt Demitasse

DEM0077

Marked “Royal Worcester”


Gilded Cobalt Demitasse

DEM0080

Marked “Royal Daulton”


Gilded Cobalt Demitasse

DEM0083

Stamped England Coalport


Gilded Cobalt Demitasse

DEM0114

Stamped “M. Redon” c. 1882-1890


Gilded Cobalt Demitasse

DEM0126

Stamped “Rosenthal Selb-Bavaria”


Gilded Cobalt Demitasse

DEM0107

Stamped “Rosenthal Selb-Bavaria”


Gilded Cobalt Demitasse

DEM0120

Stamped “Austria FD Royal Vienna”


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About The Curator

Carol Seelig Eastman is the Executive Director and Chief Curator of The Knohl Collection. In this role, she passionately explores the artist’s personal, social, and political world and places their art in a meaningful historical context. Her thematic exhibitions provide visual and educational stimulation that attract and engage a diverse museum audience.