Dating dresden lace figurines
Most pieces seen in shops today are from the later factory.
Volkstedt began producing its famous lace figurines by the mid-nineteenth century. ff3=4&toolid=10044&campid=5336649018&customid=volkstedt&lgeo=1&mpre=
Volkstedt was a soft-paste porcelain factory started in 1760 by Georg Heinrich Macheleid at Volkstedt, Thuringia.
These were made for export to English-speaking countries. The Österreichische Porzellan Industrie AG, Austrian Porcelain Industry (OEPIAG) formed in 1918; its name changed in 1920 to Erste Böhmische Porzellan Industrie AG, First Bohemian Porcelain Industry (EPIAG).Logos changed in color, size, and style over the years, and this is best determined from pictures of the logos online and in books.Linda Richard has been a legal writer and antiques appraiser for more than 25 years, and has been writing online for more than 12 years. After initial success, the whole factory was moved to the town of Volkstedt by order of the Prince just two years later.No marks were documented for this period; this business was also not affiliated with any of the later factories located in Sitzendorf.