Slight wear to some of the gold, but no chips, cracks or damages. Decoration on both sides, each being slightly different rose bouquets. Rel Prussia or reproduction, it is priced accordingly, so you be the expert. Creamer and covered sugar bowl Marked with the green RS Germany mark with the letters "RS" encircled by a green wreath beneath a green five-pointed star.Gorgeous open tab handle serving plate marked Prussia. It has a small crown, an O under it, and the word Prussia underneath the letter O. "RS" are the initials for Reinhold Schlegelmilch, the private owner of a porcelain factory in Suhl, Germany that was founded in the late 19th century.The production in 2011 concentrated on sanitary and building ceramics including tiles.These two operations produced the majority of their products for export beginning in 1892 until the beginning of World War I.Most collectors are aware of this mark that I have attached below. The other marks that Rudolstadt used are two eagles inside a shield; back to back with a smaller shield in between these eagles. What really confused collectors and dealers for quite some time is the fact that there were so many 'Schlegelmilch' factories.
In 1910, the Tillowitz factory began using the "RS Germany" mark stamped in green.
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Most pieces that are available today are from the late 19th century till early 20th century.
Prussia porcelain at his factory located in Suhl, Germany from the late 1800s till the start of World War I. This backstamp is what collectors are aware of that helps them identify pieces coming from R.