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#2618 Von Schierholz Flower Basket

From the Von Schierholz Porcelain Factory, Plaue, Thuringia, Germany.  Mark used c.1914-1930's.  (Source:  Dresden Porcelain Studios by Harrans, page 180)  Handmalerei is German for hand painted.  Gorgeous encrusted roses and other florals.  Hand painted and hand decorated.  Notice the elegant design of the rim!!  Excellent to perfect condition -- one tiny rose petal was nicked, but we had that professionally repaired and it is unseen.  Approximately 13" long x 10" wide x 8 1/4" tall to the top of the handle.  A Fabulous Basket!!!

Von Schierholz Flower Basket Item #2618 $395

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#1788 Schierholz Cherub Compote

From C. G. Schierholz & Son of Plaue, Thuringia, Germany.  This mark is shown to have been used c.1865-1911 (Source: Marks on German, Bohemian, and Austrian Porcelain by Rontgen, pages 279 and 462).  We've had this beautiful compote professionally touched up to repair the typical fleabites on petals, and also repair of one of the wings -- cannot be detected except under blacklight.  There is only one visible flaw (see pictures) which obviously occurred during manufacturing -- a fissure of approximately 1/2".  It also has some minor wear of gold on the tambourines.  The whole compote is approximately 16 1/4" tall x 11" wide at top and 6" wide at base.  Top bowl is removable.  Excellent condition.
Schierholz Cherub Compote German  

Item #1788
$1,450

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SOLD#2529 Von Schierholz Five-Arm Candelabra, PAIRSOLD

The mark indicates these are from the Schierholz Porcelain Factory of Plaue, Thuringia, Germany.  The books date the mark as beginning from c.1907.  (Source:  Kovel's, page 110).  We do know from its family history that it is at least as old as 1924.  These are mates to Item #2046 (already sold) at the bottom of this page.  As you can see from the pictures, they are encrusted throughout with gorgeous pink and yellow roses and green foliate trim.  At regal attention and "holding court" at the base of each candelabra are the wonderful and elegant figures that you see below.  Notice their yellow French chairs.  They are in near perfect condition as far as we can tell -- we only found two roses with small tips missing, as is typical with old Dresden items.   22" tall x 14" wide across the arms.  The base is 7 1/4" wide at the bottom.

Item #2529
SOLD

#2315 Old Von Schierholz Bowl

This particular mark, with the additives on the left and right sides of the shield, was used 1951-1972 (Source:  Marks on German, Bohemian, and Austrian Porcelain by Rontgen, page 88).  Beautiful Hand Painted Rose in the middle and surrounded by large gold leaves on the puffy rim.  Approximately 6 inches diameter.  Excellent condition and another old beauty!!
Old Von Schierholz Bowl with Hand Painted Rose Item #2315
$65

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#2626 Dresden Planter

 Probably Von Schierholz.  Unmarked except for some small numbers.  c.1950's.  Colorful encrusted flowers and foliage.  Reticulated Rim.  Basket weave design in relief.  Excellent condition except for 2 flowers with minor flaking on tip of one petal each.  4 1/2" tall x 5 1/4" diameter across top.

Dresden Planter

Item #2626

$55

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Items Sold in this Category

SOLD#2623 Von Schierholz Two-Arm Cherub CandelabraSOLD

From the Von Schierholz Porcelain Factory, Plaue, Thuringia, Germany.  Mark used c.1914-1930's.  (Source:  Dresden Porcelain Studios by Harrans, page 180)  Handmalerei is German for hand painted.  Excellent to perfect condition -- can't find anything wrong with it.  8 1/4" tall x 9" wide. $150 June 2006

Von Schierholz Candelabra Cherubs

Item #2623

SOLD

SOLD#2574 Von Schierholz Cherub CompoteSOLD

The mark is one used c.1914-1930 (Source:  Dresden Porcelain Studios by Harrans, page 180).  On page 187 of the Harran book is a picture of a compote that appears to be exactly like this one and they have dated that one to c.1907.  Measurements at the cupids are 5" tall x 10 1/2" wide.  Bowl is in a basketweave design.  Encrusted florals on rim.  Hand painted florals in bed of bowl.  Perfect condition except for very minor flaking on large rose (see picture) -- could be professionally touched up if desired.

Von Schierholz Cherub Compote
Item #2574
SOLD in early 2005

SOLD#2336 Old Von Schierholz Cherubic CompoteSOLD

The mark indicates that this beautiful compote is from the Schierholz Porcelain Factory of Plaue, Thuringia, Germany.  The books date the mark as beginning from c.1907.  The eye-catching focal point is an angelic little cherub at the base nestled among encrusted pink and yellow roses and green foliage.  The ornate florals and foliage also decorate the outside of the reticulated bowl.  Notice the Rococo style scrolls and swirls which create a beautifully shaped edge for the bowl as well the foot of the base.  The bowl and base are permanently attached.  Setting off the inside of the bowl are the pretty hand painted floralsOne of the wings of the cherub has been perfectly and professionally repaired.  It also has the usual tiny fleabites on a few of the leaves and roses.  Looking at it from the front, I just counted three, and from the back, another three.  If there are more, I can't see them.  Nothing major at all.  This is a beautiful treasure from the past and in wonderful condition considering its age.  Approximately 11" tall from bottom of base to tallest point on rim of bowl.  Bowl is 13 1/4" wide  x 8 1/4" front to back.

Old Von Schierholz Cherub Compote Old Von Schierholz Compote Cherub

Repaired Wing

Item #2336

SOLD in 2004
SOLD#2344 Von Schierholz Footed BowlSOLD

Hand Painted.  Mark used c.1914-1930's (Source:  Dresden Porcelain Studios by Harrans, page 180).  Handmalerei is German for hand painted.  Scalloped body, gold rim, gold beads on each peak of the criss-cross designs in the valley of each body scallop.  Four dainty feet.  11" diameter x 3 3/8" tall at highest point.

German Von Schierholz Footed Bowl

Item #2344

SOLD in 2004

SOLD#2046 Von Schierholz Encrusted Figural BowlSOLD

The mark indicates that this item is from the Schierholz Porcelain Factory of Plaue, Thuringia, GermanyThis beautiful old bowl is encrusted with gorgeous roses and green foliate trim.  At regal attention and "holding court" on each end of the bowl are the wonderful and elegant figures that you see below. The books date the mark as beginning from c.1907.  We do know from its family history that it is at least as old as 1924.  It measures approximately 17" wide and 7 1/2" tall to the tops of the heads.  The bowl itself is approximately 3 3/4" tall x 10 1/2" wide x 8 3/4" deep from front to back.  There is no evidence of repairs of any kind, and it appears to be in perfect condition except for missing one tip of one rose petal on the backside -- not noticeable -- I had to look and feel to actually be sure it was missing.  This is in wonderful condition considering its age.

Von Schierholz Encrusted Figural Bowl Von Schierholz Encrusted Figural Bowl Item #2046

Von Schierholz Encrusted Figural Bowl

SOLD in 2003

SOLD#1666 Von Schierholz Maypole CompoteSOLD

Beautiful compote with children dancing around the maypole in a bed of encrusted florals.  15" tall x 11" across top of bowl.  The mark is that of the Von Schierholz Porcelain Manufactory in Plaue, Thuringia, Germany, and was used beginning in c.1907.

Item #1666

 

SOLD in May of 2001

SOLD#1689 Von Schierholz Large Cherub CompoteSOLD

Hand Painted.  6 3/4" tall x 9 1/2" across top of bowl.  Von Schierholz mark used beginning in c.1907.

Von Schierholz Cherub Compote Large

SOLD in May of 2001

SOLD#1694 Von Schierholz Small Cherub CompoteSOLD

Hand Painted.  4 3/4" tall x 7 1/2" across top of bowl.  Von Shierholz mark was used beginning in c.1907.

Von Schierholz Cherub Compote Small

 SOLD in May of 2001

 

 

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