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Photo Identification Gallery (previously sold items)

On this page:    Karlsruhe, Keramag, Kiechle, Koerting (Körting), and Marzi & Remy

(NOTE: Items in the gallery are things we've had in the past and are no longer for sale.  For currently available items, check the "Categories" listed in the upper left corner of this page.)
Information About W. German pottery:

Collecting West German Pottery


Thoughts About Values of West German Pottery

West German Pottery Research Gallery

W. German Pottery News and Updates

Videos
Pages in the identification (already sold) gallery are in alphabetical order by company.  Click on any of these links to go directly to that section, or take it one at a time: 
Bay Carstens and Ceramano;   Dümler & Breiden and ES Keramik;   Gramann and Grootenberg/Dressler (including Uhlemeyer);  Hutschenreuther/Ilkra/Jasba/JopekoKarlsruhe/Keramag/Kiechle/Koerting/Marzi & Remy;(<You are here.)    Otto/P-Keramik/Roth;   Ruscha;   Sawa/Eiwa/Wekara (grouped because they're similar styles);   ScheurichSchaeffenacker/Schlossberg/Steuler;   Ü-Keramik/Uhlemeyer


Education/Identification Gallery Page for
Karlsruhe, Keramag, Kiechle, Koerting, and Marzi & Remy

Karlsruhe




Karlsruhe Plaque 7513
Karlsruhe was probably second only to Schäffenacker for the quality of plaques (although Karlsruhe did do some mediocre versions).

Keramag



This is the only Keramag item I've ever seen, much less owned.


Marzi & Remy




Marzi & Remy Shape 1034
Rare, artist signed piece.





Karlsruhe




Karlsruhe Vase 4683
The Karlsruhe mark can be mistaken for a few others when it's unclear, but it's generally quite distinctive and usually includes a simple 4-digit shape number.



Kiechle


Kiechle Shape 542
Most Kiechle items were done with engobe decoration (incised, enameled figures on a matte black background). Although they did vases, the plaques show up more often.



Koerting studio, a family business. I believe that Heiner may be the best known of the family currently.


Marzi & Remy




Marzi & Remy Shape 1024
Karlsruhe




Karlsruhe Shape 7115


Koerting




Koerting



Koerting studio (Heiner and Lisa)
Pages in the identification (already sold) gallery are in alphabetical order by company.  Click on any of these links to go directly to that section, or take it one at a time: 
Bay;   Carstens and Ceramano;   Dümler & Breiden and ES Keramik;   Gramann and Grootenberg/Dressler (including Uhlemeyer);  Hutschenreuther/Ilkra/Jasba/JopekoKarlsruhe/Keramag/Kiechle/Koerting/Marzi & Remy;(<You are here.)   Otto/P-Keramik/Roth;   Ruscha;   Sawa/Eiwa/Wekara (grouped because they're similar styles);   ScheurichSchaeffenacker/Schlossberg/Steuler;   Ü-Keramik/Uhlemeyer


West German Pottery For Sale

West German pottery listed by company


View West German Pottery by Colors:

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Information About W. German pottery:


Collecting West German Pottery


Thoughts About Values of West German Pottery

West German Pottery Research Gallery (previously sold items to help with identification)

W. German Pottery News and Updates

Ruscha Catalog

Videos


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To Buy or Not to Buy: Going Where Price Guides End


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