Tirschenreuth Colonial US Zone Dinner Plates

Tirschenreuth Colonial US Zone Dinner Plates
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Vintage From Paul is pleased to offer these Tirschenreuth Colonial US Zone Dinner Plates.

The pristine white body of the Colonial is richly accented with a gleaming 24 carat gold banding at the edge.

The Tirschenreuth Colonial US Zone Dinner Plates measures 10-1/8 inches in diameter .

Each of the available Tirschenreuth Colonial US Zone Dinner Plates  is in pristine  condition the gold showing no wear.

The Tirschenreuth Colonial US Zone Dinner Plates are marked with the Tirschenreuth shield and "Bavaria, Tirschenreuth Germany, Colonial, 197 US Zone"

We ship the day after payment is received using Insured Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation. Parcels are generally received in 2-3 days depending on your location.

About Tirschenreuth Hutschenreuther

Hutschenreuther China Karl Mangus Hutschenreuther established one of the first private porcelain decorating factories in Germany in Hohenberg, Bavaria in 1814.

In addition to decorating white ware, Hutchenreuther wanted to produce his own patterns, and after an eight year struggle with the Bavarian Government (which was not interested in creating competition for the state-owned factory), Hutschenreuther received the necessary permission to begin production in 1822. Upon his death in 1845, his son Lorenz founded his own Hutschenreuther Porcelain company in Selb. Son Christian and widow Johanna also worked to carry on the company tradition.

In the early part of the 20th century, Hutschenreuther grew quickly by absorbing factories at Altrohlau (1909), Arzburg (1918) and Tirschenreuth (1927). The branches of the company were united in 1969. Hutschenreuther was a trend-setter and enabled Germany to gain an excellent reputation in the European china industry. The Hutschenreuther "Mark of the Lion" is a symbol of excellence that continues to this day.