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The factory history dates back to 1920, when Oberschlessische Porzellanfabrik Gebhardt & Barabasch started operation in Szopienice. In the beginning it produced technical porcelain and in 1921 changed name to Elektroporcelana S.A.

In 1923 factory was taken over by Georg von Giesche heirs. Two years later the factory was moved to Bogucice and renamed to Fabryka Porcelany Giesche (Porcelain Factory Giesche) and since 1929 GIESCHE Fabryka Porcelany S.A.

In 1939-1945 period it was under German supervision. In 1945 Polish authorities took control. In 1955 it started operating as Bogucice Fabryka Porcelany (Bogucice Porcelain Factory). In 1994 production was stopped and a year later production resumed as Porcelana Śląska SA. Finally the company went bancrupt in 2009.

Bogucice 1952 - 1993
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Bogucice 1952 - 1993

Giesche 1935 - 1945
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Giesche 1935 - 1945

green mark

1929 - 1939 Giesche mark
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1929 - 1939 Giesche mark.

1939 - 1945 Giesche mark
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1939 - 1945 Giesche mark.

Giesche red mark
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Red Giesche mark 1935 - 1945.

Giesche made in Poland mark
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Giesche made in Poland mark, 1945 - 1949.

Ivory Giesche mark
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Giesche kosc sloniowa mark used on ivory porcelain 1939 - 1949. 

1945 Giesche mark
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Giesche made in Poland mark 1945 - 1949.

Giesche 1929 mark
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Giesche china mark 1929 - 1939.

1928 - 1929 Giesche mark
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1928 - 1929 Giesche mark.

Contemporary Giesche mark
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Giesche porcelain mark used after 1995.

Giesche insulators mark
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Giesche mark used on porcelain insulators 1929 - 1939.

Giesche 1929 - 1939 mark
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Giesche 1929 - 1939 mark.

B Made in Poland mark
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1952 - 1993 Bogucice mark.

1952 Bogucice mark
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1952 - 1993 Bogucice mark.

Giesche Czuday mark
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1925 - 1929 Richard Czuday period mark. 

 
 
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