How much is KPM porcelain worth?

How much is KPM porcelain worth?

This article discusses KPM marks used after 1825 and will focus on pieces from the mid-1800s through WWI, about 1917. Typical production pieces of this period sell between $300-$5000. The highly sought plaques of this period range from $1,000 to $10,000 and up depending on size, subject and artist.

What does KPM stand for in porcelain?

Königliche Porzellan Manufaktur
The initials KPM stand for the Königliche Porzellan Manufaktur (Royal Porcelain Factory) in Berlin. Each piece that bears these three initials is indeed a unique product from the 250 year-old factory. To this day, the factory continues to produce the finest porcelain articles almost exclusively by hand.

How can you tell if a porcelain vase is antique?

How to Tell If a Vase Is Antique

  1. Look for a mark on the bottom of the vase.
  2. Look at the composition of the glass.
  3. Look at the bottom of the vase.
  4. Look for an overmark, which is a stamp placed on the bottom of a vase over the original maker’s mark.

How do I identify my vase?

Check the Bottom Gently flip the vase over so you are looking directly at its bottom, and scan for distinctive signatures or logos. Such marks often include the name of the company that manufactured the vase, as well as the name of its designer or artist.

Is all KPM porcelain marked?

Table showing different porcelain marks for KPM. The clearest marking on a KPM porcelain piece will always be the sceptre mark, which has been in use since the factory’s founding. Pre-KPM pieces produced in Wegely’s factory will be marked ‘W’, while those produced in Gotzkowsky will be marked ‘G’.

What is KPM?

kpm (plural kpm) (computing, typing, data entry) Initialism of key per minute.

How is Meissen porcelain marked?

The original mold designs were made by J. J. Kaendler who was responsible for designing many of Meissen’s early and important porcelain bodies. Each of the four elements–earth, air, fire, water–are represented in the ewer forms and each are marked with the customary blue crossed swords along with several mold marks.

What is a KPM plaque?

KPM plaques – paintings on porcelain produced by Berlin Konigliche Porzellan Manufaktur (KPM) were a complete phenomenon of European artistic culture, developed throughout the nineteenth century up until the beginning of the twentieth.

What is KPM in quality?

KPM is ISO9001:2000 and TS16949 certified, a strong testament to the strict quality control & effective manufacturing process we deploy, and the stable quality & low scrap rate we deliver.

What does CPM and KPM stand?

CPM: Cost Per Mile. KPM:Keystroke Per Minute.