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Porcelain Factory Bremer & Schmidt (Porzellanfabrik Bremer & Schmidt) started production in 1896. This initially small venture, just before beginning of the First World War, developed into a factory employing up to 150 workers. In 1930s it was owned by Dr. Schmidt and a Mr. Knüpfer.

The factory managed to survive both world wars. In 1958 German Democratic Republic placed it under state supervision. The factory was nationalized in 1973. Together with other Eisenberg factories it formed V.E.B. Spezialkombinat Porzellan Eisenberg. The factory was ultimately closed in 1976.

 

BSE mark
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Bremer & Schmidt BSE 1895 - 1972 mark

Golden BSE mark
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Golden BSE 1968 - 1972 mark

BES GDR mark
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Golden BES with cyrillic inscription (GDR Porcelain) 1968 - 1972 mark

Import mark
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BES Import 1968 - 1974 mark

Germany BSE mark
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Made in Germany BSE 1968 - 1972 mark 

BSE GDR mark
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BSE Made in GDR 1972 - 1976 mark

Germany mark
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Made in Germany Bremer & Schmidt 1968 - 1972 mark

BSE mark
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BSE Made in Germany 1968 - 1972 mark

 
 
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