The best way to know if you are buying a fake or not is to first buy all the books you can on RS Prussia.
They have all the molds in them, and samples of real marks vrs. The fakes will almost always have a mark on the bottom.
(Many real RS Prussia pieces are marked and many are unmaked.) Study, study, study.
Because an item has one or more bids on it is no guarantee that the piece is real.
However, much more than his strong determination was needed.
The difficulties in obtaining supplies of raw materials, the hostility and suspicion of local inhabitants, competition from English and French manufacturers, and the upheaval caused by the Revolution forced Jacobi to cede defeat.
After World War II, porcelain bearing the word "Poland" signified yet another change in venue for the R. Sometimes stenciling techniques were used to add even more decoration to the lush and rich surfaces. Prussia pieces tended to focus on classical and scenic themes. Prussia objects that had been given the flow-blue treatment. Plates featured round or scalloped edges, while the gold-trimmed cups and saucers stayed close to traditional tea-service designs of the day. 1904 - 1938Rs Prussia Lily Of The Valley 10" Cake Plate Handles Scalloped Edge Red Mark Great Antique Rs Prussia Cabinet Plate Beautiful Rs Prussia Hand Painted Sugar With Spoon Flowers Stunning Beauty Handpainted Antique E.s.
In 1894 he opened a second factory in Tillowitz in upper Silesia, Germany.RS Prussia porcelain has been popular in the United States for over 100 years.During the height of their production and popularity, the mold designs were quite ornate and lovely and a good number of them show a strong Art Nouveau influence.In 1836, Utzschneider turned the management of the factory over to his son-in-law, Alexandre de Geiger.In 1838, Alexandre de Geiger affiliated himself with Villeroy & Boch.Sometimes you will see the S_V mark included with other manufacturer marks. The mark that is on the Salem Simplicity dinnerware items we have in stock. They became an outstanding maker of fine dinnerware which they stopped making in 1967.