What is Bavaria china?

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Bavaria china is fine china made in Bavaria, Germany by multiple manufacturers. Bavaria began providing china in the 19th century. Bavarian china pieces are marked depending on the market and when they were produced.

China pieces imported into the United States were often marked with the word “Bavaria.” Pieces marked for the European market were marked with “Bayerische," the German word for Bavaria, and, in some cases, the word “England." Older pieces have painted words or blue stamps. A crest made of a three-lobed crown with a small cross on the top marks some older Bavarian china. A flower or laurel wreath stamp is also on Bavarian china.

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