Antique 1860 Chinese Palace Faience Majolica Stone Pottery Johann Maresch Vase

Antique 1860 Chinese Palace Faience Majolica Stone Pottery Johann Maresch Vase
Antique 1860 Chinese Palace Faience Majolica Stone Pottery Johann Maresch Vase
Antique 1860 Chinese Palace Faience Majolica Stone Pottery Johann Maresch Vase
Antique 1860 Chinese Palace Faience Majolica Stone Pottery Johann Maresch Vase
Antique 1860 Chinese Palace Faience Majolica Stone Pottery Johann Maresch Vase
Antique 1860 Chinese Palace Faience Majolica Stone Pottery Johann Maresch Vase
Antique 1860 Chinese Palace Faience Majolica Stone Pottery Johann Maresch Vase
Antique 1860 Chinese Palace Faience Majolica Stone Pottery Johann Maresch Vase
Antique 1860 Chinese Palace Faience Majolica Stone Pottery Johann Maresch Vase
Antique 1860 Chinese Palace Faience Majolica Stone Pottery Johann Maresch Vase
Antique 1860 Chinese Palace Faience Majolica Stone Pottery Johann Maresch Vase
Antique 1860 Chinese Palace Faience Majolica Stone Pottery Johann Maresch Vase

Antique 1860 Chinese Palace Faience Majolica Stone Pottery Johann Maresch Vase
Century black ironstone or faience majolica handpainted vase. Raised relief like pattern depicting a Chinese couple in the garden of a palace. Golden snake or dragon coming out below the palace. Vase has impressed mark: JM 221. This is a mark of a Bohemian potter dynasty: Johann and his son Ferdinand Maresch. I dont know the date of the fabrication our recent item, but since a very low number -221- marking this modell (other JM fabrications have Numbers over 5000). Seems to be logic that this vase has been produced in the earlier years of the factory. 1860's or 1870's.

The vase is very heavy and in perfect condition compare to its age. Some paint loss clearly seen on photos. No chips or cracks, no damage no repair. Johann Maresch, born 1821 became partners with Adolf Baehr around 1841. Baehr and Maresch Siderolith Fabrik was located on the corner of Teplitzerstrasse & Johannesstrasse, Aussig an der Elbe.

Reinhold Hanke worked here as an apprentice modeller between 1853 and 1858. Originally they marked their wares with B & M, but around 1863, they switched to the famous JM markings. They used an "ironstone" clay mixture: a type of porcelain that is more durable, having more strength and weight than fine porcelain. In 1890, Ferdinand his son took over the family business and for nine years kept the factory name the same, but eventually changing it to Ferdinand Maresch.

Siderolith, Majolika and Terracotta Fabrik. He however, did not change the distinctive JM markings. During the early 1900's the company prospered under his management, exporting to the rest of Europe and America. The factory was run by Ferdinand until his death on August 2, 1940. The factory kept producing its ceramic wares, but hard times were about to come upon Europe.

The factory halted production in 1944 and finally closed in 1948. Siderolith- Majolica - Terracotta - Fabrik, Bohemia Stein. The item "Antique 1860 Chinese Palace Faience Majolica Stone Pottery Johann Maresch Vase" is in sale since Tuesday, December 4, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Decorative Collectibles\Vases". The seller is "kwanyin4444" and is located in Hungary-Europe.

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Antique 1860 Chinese Palace Faience Majolica Stone Pottery Johann Maresch Vase