China Figurines with crossed swords marks

by Brianna
(Cornwallville,NY)

China Figurines with crossed swords marks

China Figurines with crossed swords marks

China Figurines with crossed swords marks China Figurines with crossed swords marks China Figurines with crossed swords marks

China Figurines with crossed swords marks :- My grandmother owns two porcelain figurines. One is a women in a dress with a bow on her head. The other is a man playing some instrument and we believe they were made in the 1800's. Both figurines have the crossed swords on the bottom. We were wondering how much they could potentially be worth.

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Dear Brianna,
You possible know that the crossed swords are one of the most famous pottery marks that there is - belonging to the world renowned Meissen works.

The problem is that they are widely imitated and it is almost better to start by assuming that the marks are fakes. If it turned out to be true Meissen they you would be in for a pleasant surprise!

We don't actually deal with this type query on this site, but Peter Holland as a large and extensive website which is geared up to answering queries regarding valuations etc. Go to this page-

vintage and antique china values

and navigate from there.
Best regards

Tony
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Porcelain Mark
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That is the mark of Wales China of Japan. They have minimal value.

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