2 years ago#1
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i have a porcelain figurine with two black crossed arrows on the bottom do you know whos mark it is

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2 years ago#2
marveldcollector
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That's the symbol of Kalk, porcelain manufacturers based in Germany. They've been in the business since the 1900. If your piece has only two black arrow crossed, then you are holding on to something that was made way back in the early 1900

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2 years ago#3
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@marveldcollector:

You should stop jumping to conclusions - it is a well-known fact that the Kalk factory from Eisenberg NEVER made figures ...

My *guess* (due to the fact that there is no mark picture posted) is either made for Arnart or HomCo - if it's not even one of the French participants in the arrow mark game.

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2 years ago#4
marveldcollector
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@ Red Jack

Thanks for the information! forgive me my eyes are a bit sore! I just eager when it comes to collectors items and my eyes are a bit sore. I honestly read porcelain and NOT the Figurines! Thanks for pointing that out by the way, really appreciate.

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2 years ago#5
CatherineM.
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I think it was from Kalk formerly known as Geyer & K├Ârbitz. The company did produce figurines and used the mark of two crossed black arrows. Arnart is a New York based that imports from Japan and imitates Kalk with its same two crossed arrows in blue color.

You can check this page for more info about Kalk mark http://www.porcelainmarksandmore.com/thuringia/ eisenberg_2/00.php

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5 months ago#6
Dee
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Hello Red Jack

What year were porcelain figurines added? Does that mean it would have been by Amart, if there is a four digit number with two blue crossed arrows? Thank you in advance for your help.

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