Dating sarreguemines pottery
We have tried to include as many pottery marks as possible, but also tried to avoid too much duplication.
If we have additional information on the mark you can click the image to open that section.
This shouldn't come as a surprise when you consider that the production period for many of these wares often covered between 50 to 100 years.
Even small potteries like the Phoenix Pottery that operated over a much shorter period of time were erratic.
The liability for any damage incurred during transit will remain with the sender and all items dispatched by us will be sent fully insured.
Those companies that marked their wares, and many of them did, were erratic in sometimes marking pieces and sometimes not marking pieces.
If no additional information is currently available, the potter will be named below the image and clicking will open the Antique Collectibles gallery, to assist you with any examples of the potters items we may have listed.
You can also try searching for the potter in the search box above.
this mark is ALWAYS in overglaze blue enamel; and it is NEVER on pieces without gilding.
(Ungilded pieces will have either no marking, or a pattern number only).