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Carl-Johann Gottlob Thieme started in 1864 in Dresden a porcelain and antique shop. He was also running a porcelain painting business. In September 1872 he established a porcelain factory named Sächsische Porzellan-Fabrik Carl Thieme zu Potschappel.

Carl Thieme died in 1888. The business was taken over in 1896 by his talented son in law, Karl August Kuntsch. Kuntsch was a modeler who started a tradition of flower decorations traditional for Dresden style porcelain items. He died in 1920. His widow and two sons (Carl August and Emil Alfred)run the company in next years

After the WWII in 1951 Emil Kuntsch was pushed out of the company and the state gradually increased its involvement in next years. 1972 the company was fully nationalized and till 1990 operated as VEB Sächsische Porzellan-Manufaktur Dresden.  

In 1991 the company was reprivatized. 

SP Dresden mark
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SP Dresden mark used from 1902

CT beehive mark
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Beehive and CT (Carl Thieme) monogramm circa 1940s - 1950s mark

X Thieme mark
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TX Thieme  1888 - 1901 mark

Original Dresden mark
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Original Dresden SP Thieme mark used after 1918

Thieme N mark
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1957 - 1990 Carl Thieme N mark

Fish T mark
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1864 - 1888 Fish T Carl Thieme mark

Potschapel mark
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PS Potschapel Carl Thieme mark used from 1901

Sevres imitation mark
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Sevres imitation Potschapel Carl Thieme 20th century mark

Ludwigsburg imitation
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Ludwigsburg imitation mark attributed to Potschapel Carl Thieme factory ca. 1980s

 
 
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