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Alois Klammerth
Znaim in Moravia, Austro-Hungarian Empire. Now called Znojmo, Czech Republic.
Steingut Krüge und Majolika - Werke / 
Earthenware Vessels and Majolica Work.
The company was founded in 1832. They produced a porcelain like fired stoneware, usually with blue lustre glazes and "Smalt", a blue glaze based on Cobalt Oxide. Designs were influenced by copper engravings from the time of Durer & Holbein, and appeared as "Old German" motifs. Alois Klammerth died on November 26th 1878 following a typhus infection. The company is still in business today.
Reference: Barbara Mundt  251  Klammerth

Klammerth 1
Serving jug, dated circa 1876.

Klammerth 6
Klammerth plate depicting Camillo Fvrio.

KLammerth 15-12-23-1
Details of the pewter lid on the featured jug.

Klammerth 4
Impressed mark on the featured jug.

Klammerth 3
Ink signature on the back of the featured plate on left.

Klammerth 2
Serving jug, dated circa 1876.

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