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1930s Kpm Reticulated Edge Floral Dessert Plates- Set of 12

1930s Kpm Reticulated Edge Floral Dessert Plates- Set of 12

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12 Royal Porcelain Factory, Berlin (KPM) reticulated edge floral dessert plates measuring 7 ".
KPM china was made at the The Royal Porcelain Factory in Berlin, founded by Frederick the second of Prussia, also known as Frederick the Great in 1763. It is also known as Konigliche Porzellan-Manufaktur, which is how it got the abbreviation of KPM porcelain. At that time, Frederick the Great started to use his Royal sceptre mark to mark his KPM porcelain. At 1763, when he took over the porcelain manufacture, they had 146 workers, who had been hired during the first two failed attempts to make the company successful. Frederick the Great invested money so the company would be successful. He loved the fine white porcelain, and he ended up being the KPM company’s best customer. He commissioned at least 21 dinner services for his palaces, as well as beautiful centerpieces. Whenever he had to give a diplomatic gift, he would give KPM porcelain to royalty and to other aristocrats. He loved the rococo style of the porcelain.
His successor was his nephew Frederick William the second, who made the company very prosperous. He led the company into a neoclassical style of porcelain. He also encouraged beautiful detailed paintings on the porcelain of the city of Berlin, seascapes and landscapes.


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