Polish china and ceramics

Fischer 2596-2601 | Michel 2739-2744 | Scott 2443-2448 | Year of issue 1981 | People's Republic of Poland

2596
2597
2598
Vase (1770/1780)
Cup and plate
from Baranówka (1820)
Jar from Korzec (1820)

2599
2600
2601
Fruit dish
with the portrait of Jan III Sobieski
from Nieborów (1880/1890)
Jugendstil vase
from Jan Szczepkowski
in Dębniki (1900/1907)
Dish with perforated edges
from Ćmielów (1840/1850)

Glossary

Faience are cups, dishes, pots, vases, etc. made of backed clay decorated with a glaze, to put a shiny surface on it.
China (also called porcelain) is a hard white substance made by baking a special sort of fine clay at high temperatures.

Translations

Belweder 1770-1780 fajans = Belweder 1770-1780 faience.
Baranówka ok(oło) 1820 porcelana = Baranówka around 1820 china.
Korzec ok(oło) 1820 porcelana = Korzec around 1820 china.
Nieborów 1880-1890 fajans = Nieborów 1880-1890 faience.
Dębniki 1900-1907 fajans = Dębniki 1900-1907 faience.
Ćmielów 1840-1850 porcelana = Ćmielów 1840-1850 china.

Relevant pages

Fischer 2645-1650
Fischer 3140-3145

Resources

China (porcelain)
Ceramic
Faience
Earthenware
Vase
Jan III Sobieski
Jugendstil
Jan Szczepkowski (info-poland.buffalo.edu)