Polar bear ceramic

No. 1541

Icebear

Ceramics around 1910, Stamp: "Amphora"

 Won prices of the manufactory:

 1893 - Chicago (Grand Prix)

· 1894 - Antwerp (Mention honorable)

· 1894 - San Francisco (Gold Medal)

· 1897 - Brussels (member of the jury)

· 1898 - Vienna (diploma)

· 1900 - Paris (Médaille d'or)

· 1901 - St. Petersburg (золото, gold medal)

· 1902 - St. Petersburg (Большой диплом, major diploma)

· 1903 - Athens (Mention honorable)

· 1904 - Dusseldorf (gold medal) [1]

· 1904 - St. Louis (Grand Prix)

· 1905 - Liège (Diplôme honorifique)

· 1906 - Milan (Menzione d'onore)

· 1908 - St. Petersburg (золото, gold medal)

· 1910 - Brussels (Grand Prix)

The porcelain manufactory "Amphora-Werke k.k. priv. Keramische Werke Rießner, Stellmacher & Kessel "was founded in 1892 by Hans Rießner, Carl Rießner, Eduard Stellmacher and Rudolf Kessel and produced porcelain and luxury containers that won international awards. Initially, luxurious boxes made of porcelain were produced there, from 1894 also figures and from 1885 ceramic products such as vases, Jardinièren and similar objects with floral ornaments and other products made of porcelain with ivory-like surface, unsintered earthenware or stoneware.

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