Beautiful R S Prussia Porcelain Bowl
R S is the initials for Reinhold Schlegelmilch, who produced fine porcelain pieces in his factory in Suhl, Germany, from the late 1800’s through WWI. Following the war, the factory moved to Tillowitz, Germany, and after World War II the factory relocated once again, this time to Poland. Throughout its history, the R.S. Prussia company manufactured a wide range of china pieces and sets, including teapots, cups and saucers, plates, sugar bowls, and even chocolate sets. They could be highly decorated, with jewels and special finishes, or they might have lithographs of exotic animals. They could be more simple, with mostly floral motifs.
The value of R S Prussia porcelain today is not what it once was, however, it does continue to hold a great deal of value in the collectibles market. It’s beauty is hard to match or exceed. ( I obtained this information on the internet, from a post by Pamela Wiggins.)