Nymphenburg porcelain dating marks
The porcelain manufactory is owned by the State of Bavaria, and operated by the Wittelsbacher family foundation.
Unfortunately, tours of the manufactory are not currently available.
Nymphenburg porcelain is formed, turned and painted by hand to the present day.
Signed M de Garay in red on the recto, bottom left, the leaf is mounted on carved and pierced blond tortoiseshell sticks. A Royal Doulton porcelain Cocker Spaniel with pheasant, HN 1028, marked to base, 14 cm high; together with a Nymphenburg model of an Airedale Terrier, 20.5 cm high, marked to base; and a Nymphenburg model of a Springer Spaniel, indisctinctly marked to base, 23.5 cm high (3) More details An Austrian blanc-de-chine figure of a horse in cantering pose, printed Wien Keramos Made in Austria verso, h.26cm; together with a pair of Nymphenburg porcelain figures of rampant lions, each with heraldic shield and printed mark verso; a Nymphenburg figure of a goat; a Nymphenburg figure of a dog; and a large blanc-de-china figure of a dog (6). Other figures generally OK with only minor nibbles. Pot inscribed in gilt behind ' Jane and Lawrence from Jan and ?More details A Woods Ware Mayfair 46 piece tea service, a Dresden floral painted shaped oval tray, a Nymphenburg dish painted with flowers, Staffordshire Imari pattern jug and other 19th and 20th century ceramics (qty). Tony and Q 21st June 1986' More details A SELECTION OF CHINA and ceramics to include Staffordshire figures of The Scottish Highlanders, Staffordshire figures of cow and calf, Royal Worcester centenary cabbage leaf style jug, Nymphenburg tureen and cover, American copper dish with reverse engraved wedding notice, late 18th / early 19th century porcelain Worcester bowl and one other unmarked porcelain bowl etc., (a quantity) More details Nymphenburg lion figure, Beswick cat and owl figures, Foley mug decorated with cats, Worcester first period tea bowl, Royal Crown Derby Imari, Burleigh ware Art Deco Indian in canoe, Cleverley pottery etc More details A Fine Fan by Alexandre, circa 1880, believed to have belonged to the Infanta Maria de la Paz (1862-1948), daughter of Queen Isabella II of Spain and her husband Francisco.Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory was founded by Elector Max III.First manufactory was opened in the "Grüne Schlössl" in Neudeck in 1747.