This beautiful EPIAG covered butter dish is decorated with a band of pink roses, flowers In urns and doves set in blue car touches. The pattern is called The Vienna and dates between 1941 and1945.
It is marked with the manufacturer’s backstamp. This arm and stiletto mark was used by Springer & Co. of Elbogen, Bohemia (now Loket, Czech Republic), one of the potteries that was part of EPIAG. The pottery was founded in 1815 by Rudolf Eugen Haidinger and Eugen Haidinger and operated under various names and owners. It became Springer & Co. in 1885 and joined OEPIAG, an association of potteries, in 1918. In 1920 the name of the association was changed to EPIAG (First Bohemian Porcelain Industry). The mark on this piece was used from 1941 to 1945. The pottery was nationalized in 1945 and became part of Starorolsky Porcelain.
The bottom plate measures approximately 7 3/4” from handle to handle.
The cover measures approximately 5 1/2” in diameter and 4 1/4” high to top of finial.
The drainer measures approximately 41/4” in diameter.
They are in very good vintage condition. There are no cracks, chips or stains.
We will be listing other serving pieces and place settings for this pattern separately.
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