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The "modern" style of the set is certainly reminiscent of the While hopeful on my part that this might actually be a Naudot, the Naudot expert on ebay said that it was not; so the search continues.
If any of you out there have examples of genuine Naudot pieces and are willing to share, please She received this plate as a wedding gift in 1985 from an elderly lady who was her next door neighbor in Francestown, New Hampshire.
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from a wealthy couple in Brentwood, California, for whom she worked.
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A Slovak American viewer, Patrick Kiral, advised me of the two new names.
"Thank you, Patrick." For more about (East Germany) which was established in 1949 and ended in 1990. S., Fourth Series, has a whole section on "Royal" marks such as Royal Vienna, Royal Berlin, Royal Coburg, Royal Frankfort, Royal Tillowitz, etc., which were apparently decorating marks.
They most likely special ordered their china from one of the German factories such as Schumann or Rosenthal who actually produced, decorated, and personalized it for , a decorating studio in business from 1869-1949 in Dresden, Germany.