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Porzellanfabrik Johann Kronester was established by Johann Kronester in German city Schwarzenbach an der Saale. In 1922 it was transformed into a limited liability company (GmbH). In 1936, in turn, it was transformed into a partnership (Offene Handelsgesellschaft) with three partners (brothers Erwin, Alfred and Paul Kronester). Production was continued during WWII. 

In 1975 the firm was transferred into a limited partnership (Kommanditgesellschaft). The factory was run as a family business till 1987 when it became a part of Bavaria-Porzellan-Union-GmbH group.

In 1993 the factory became a part of SKV-Porzellan-Union uniting Schirnding, Kronester and Seltmann Vohenstrauß. As a result, in 1997 most of the business was relocated to the Schirnding location.

Kronester mark
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Contemporary Kronester Bavaria mark (still in use).

Bavaria mark
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Kronester Germany Bavaria contemporary mark

J. Kronester mark
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J. Kronester Bavaria mark used till ca. 1969

Kronester Bavaria
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Kronester Bavaria mark used since ca. 1969

Kronester mark
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Contemporary Kronester Germany Bavaria  Mikrowellengeeignet Spulmaschinenfest mark

West Germany mark
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Kronester Bavaria West Germany ca. 1969 - 1991 mark

D.R.G.M. mark
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J. Kronester Bavaria D.R.G.M. (Deutsches Reichsgebrauchsmuster) mark used till 1945

Indisch Blau mark
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Original Indisch Blau pattern Kronester mark

J. Kronester mark
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J. Kronester West Germany Bavaria ca. 1949 - 1969 mark

Rustika mark
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Rustika J. Kronester Bavaria mark (exact dating unknown)

Round mark
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Kronester Bavaria round mark (exact dating unknown)

Kristina mark
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Kristina pattern J. Kronester Bavaria mark (exact dating unknown)

China Blau mark
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China Blau Bavaria ca. 1949 - 1959 Kronester mark

 
 
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