In this period the sceptre was shown with a horizontal bar. The following years saw the appearance of the NeuzieratNeuglattNeuosier and Antique Zierat later named Rocaille dinner services, which are still produced today. Proto-celadon 16th century BCE Celadon 1st century Yue 2nd century Ding 10th century Qingbai 12th century Jingdezhen 11th century on Blue and white 14th century on Blanc de Chine 14th century on Kraak 16th century Swatow 16th century Tianqi 17th century Kangxi 17th century Famille jaune, noire, rose, verte 17th century Canton 18th century. On 19 SeptemberFrederick II officially became the manufactory's new owner. Before the sceptre is applied to the porcelain, the item is subject to strict quality control measures. In the beginning, the trademark was applied in blue on white porcelain and in brown on painted porcelain. Many of the new KPM marks shown belwo also include place names such as Bavaria and Germany which do not appear in early marks.
Under the leadership of Georg Friedrich Christoph Frick, the manufactory's managing director fromFreydanck designed a series of works depicting beautiful cityscapes of Berlin and Potsdam.
Royal Porcelain Factory, Berlin
Scepters may appear at varying distances and positions around marks, not not only directly above or below. This was stamped in blue, red or green on the glaze and depicted a sceptre, an eagle or a globe. Inmanufacturing returned to the historic premises in Berlin's Tiergarten district after they had been rebuilt. Hoosier Collectibles. From — the Berlin Sceptre mark was re-introduced, but with a diagonal bar instead of the earlier horizontal one.