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This is a beautiful collectible antique vintage hand painted brooch pin signed "Rosenthal" and "Marktredwitz Germania". There is a pink rose in a bouquet with blue, purple and yellow flowers along with green leaves painted on a gilted gold background. The brooch measures approximately 1 1/2" in diameter and is in excellent vintage condition with no nicks, chips or cracks in the porcelain. The pin back has a rollover safety clasp and has some glue residue around its edges. I think the pin back was replaced.

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History:

The first Rosenthal Company was founded by Philipp Rosenthal in Erkersreuth near Selv, Bavariain 1879 in Bavaria Germany and created high quality porcelain products such as; dishes, figurines and specialty gifts like porcelain brooches. During the next 10 years the company was expanding extensively and several factories were opened or taken over. Art departments for ceramics were established in 1910 and 1920. Philipp Rosenthal, being jewish, was forced to leave Germany during the war, but his son also named Philipp followed in his fathers footsteps and set new standards for production and development. He wanted the avantgarde applied in the porcelain designs. The company has expanded every year since then. Around their centenary in 1979, 8500 people were employed by Rosenthal globally. It is said, that the Rosenthal's success is due to the father and his sons always paying great attention to marketing techniques, as well as their big set-up and development of concession shops and studio departments in the postwar-years.

Antique Vintage Rosenthal Hand Painted Porcelain Rose Brooch Pin (B-3-4)

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: porcelain, paint, metal
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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