It is perhaps one-of a kind, although it is possible that several were made for family members. It is a wonderful decorative, nostalgic, and historical piece, obviously made to honor a mother and baby, whose appearances are certainly agreeable with the time frame of She purchased it brand new through an exclusive catalogue.
This serves as evidence that the mark was used much later than the books have stated.
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The elderly lady said it had been in her family for many, many years.
It dates back to somewhere between the years of 18, based on the date of the mark.
Though the factory closed in 1945 and this mark said to have been used after 1993, it is unclear as to what current name was/is used. https:// previously unidentified mark was identified by Founded in 1886, they were importers of china and glass from Europe.
By the late 1930s and prior to the war, they were importing sizeable amounts of tableware and giftware from Germany, Czechoslovakia, England, France, Belgium, Denmark, Italy, Finland, and Sweden.
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Czechoslovakia was formed in 1918 at the end of World War I.
In 1993, after the fall of communism, Czechoslovakia was divided into two countries = the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic.
The "modern" style of the set is certainly reminiscent of the While hopeful on my part that this might actually be a Naudot, the Naudot expert on ebay said that it was not; so the search continues.
If any of you out there have examples of genuine Naudot pieces and are willing to share, please She received this plate as a wedding gift in 1985 from an elderly lady who was her next door neighbor in Francestown, New Hampshire.