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Bawo & Dotter was a New York company established in 1860s to import porcelain mainly from Limoges. In 1870s they established in Limoges a porcelain decorating manufactory called The Elite Works.

In 1896 the manufacture began producing own porcelain. Production lasted till 1914 when World War I began and was resumed after the war ended.

Next significant changes came in 1924. Bawo and Dotter took over the William Guerin's company and merged it with the previously acquired by W. Guerin factory Pouyat Porcelaines in one company: Guérin-Pouyat-Elite Limited. The firm continued production till 1932.

St. Martial mark
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Elite Works St. Martial France Limoges 1920 - 1932 decoration mark

Elite France mark
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Elite L France 1896 - 1920 mark

Green Elite mark
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Green Limoges Elite France 1920 - 1932 mark

Bawo & Dotter mark
Bawo & Dotter mark
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Bawo & Dotter Elite Works Limoges France 1900 - 1914 mark

Limoges France mark
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Bawo & Dotter Limoges France decoration mark. Exact date unknown 

Green Limoges France mark
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Dawo & Dotter Limoges France green decoration mark. Exact date unknown

Elite mark
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Elite Limoges FRANCE 1896 - 1900 mark

Elite mark
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Elite Limoges FRANCE 1896 - 1900 mark

Guerin Pouyat Elite mark
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Guerin Pouyat Elite Ltd. Paris Ivory Limoges France 1920 - 1932 mark

Elite Limoges mark
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Elite Limoges France 1896 - 1900 mark

 
 
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