Abe Silverman's Antique Silver Shop
Vintage ELBOGEN Porcelain China Teacup & Saucer Set
Pink Roses & Blue Ribbons
Click small picture to enlarge
ClicPic Copyright © Abe Silverman's Antique Silver Shop
All rights reserved.

Pretty antique or vintage porcelain china scalloped teacup and saucer set features soft pink sprays of roses with pale blue ribbons by ELBOGEN of Austria.  Delicate scalloped feet on the teacup, metallic gold trim on handle and relief design just under the lip of the teacup and along the outside edge of the scalloped saucer. (c. pre-1945)

The teacup measures 3-5/8" in diameter along the lip, 4-1/4" from edge of lip to tip of handle and is 2" tall.  The matching saucer measures 5-3/4" in diameter.  Only the scalloped teacup is touchmarked on the bottom with ELBOGEN, their logo, and MADE IN AUSTRIA.

In 1815 the brothers Haidinger founded Vienna Porcelain Factory Elbogen, standing under the auspices of M. Niedermeyer, director of the Vienna Porcelain Factory. Its early white ware was sold undecorated to painting workshops in Vienna. In 1873, the Haidinger heirs sold the factory to Springer & Oppenheimer. After Oppenheimer had left the firm, it continued operation under the name Springer & Co and as one of the first companies joined ÖPIAG* founded in 1918. The EPIAG members were nationalized after 1945 and later-on merged in Karlovarský Porcelán (today Thun 1794 a. s.).

The Porcelain Factory Winter & Co, which made products for daily use and for hotels, was founded in 1880. In 1887, Winter & Co set up a factory for pottery ware, but soon reorganized its production to porcelain and earthenware and produced special exportation ware for Tunis. The factory existed until after 1945. A porcelain factory founded in 1890 by Winter, Lochschmied & Co operated under the name Austria Karl Speck & Co as from 1896. Brothers Persch from Hegewald continued production as from 1902 until economic reasons led to its close-down in 1937. Persch afterwards established Porag, a company which existed until 1945.
There were also Julius Dietl‘s Porcelain Factories Elbogen and Kaltenhof as well as a Porcelain Painting business run by Johann Hoffmann (1927 – 1945).

A2896 - Antique / Vintage ELBOGEN (Austria) Porcelain China Teacup & Saucer Set Pink Roses & Blue Ribbons
Abe Silverman's Antique Silver Shop Home
Collectible Bells
Collectible Dolls
Collectible Silver Souvenir Spoons
Collectible Thimbles
Vintage Lace Table Doilies Textiles
Crystal & Glass
Porcelain China Egg Coddlers
Fine China
German Beer Steins
diamond rings jewelry silver jewelry boxes
Table Linens Textiles Tablecloths
German Beer Steins
Silver Butter Dishes
Silver Flatware
Silver Holloware
Silver Tea Sets
Teacup & Saucers Sets
Wedgwood Jasperware
Antique Silver Shop Site Map
Antique Silver Shop Site Map
Antique Silver Shop FAQ
Silver Newsletters
Shop Policies About Abe
Antique Silver Shop Sold Items
Contact Abe SIlverman's Antique Silver Shop