To provide the best answer here, it looks like I am going to need some pictures of the item(s) in question. If you could please provide these for me, it would greatly aid me in my search. Just so you know, my name is XXXXX XXXXX I believe that I will be able to help. I am a Qualified Appraiser of Antiques and have an extensive library and countless Antique sites subscriptions at my disposal. Seeing your item will help me identify it, place the most accurate value, and give the most accurate description.
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I also have a question about your item, Is in good condition no chips, cracks or scratch marks? I will also need a picture of the mark ok.
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It is in perfect condition, not a scratch on it.
Using these resources to look into your inquiry, I was able to find a reference to mark in this book that is in my library it is in German called MARIETTA KLINGENBRUNN DUEUTSCHE PORRZELLANMARKEN Von 1708 BIS HEYTE by BATTENBERG, ISBN 3-89441-271-2 The factory maker is listed on page 230. Kronach Porzellanfabrick Philip Rosenthal & Co. the mark dates the piece being made between the years of 1928 – 1935. The R. and the C. have a period with the crossed lines and the crown has a line in the middle of the bottom band this all matches and confirms this is what you have. The factory was located in Barvaria, Germany at the time your Grandmother’s Porcelain Bowl was made. At the top of your mark is the name of the Rosenthal Artist who designed the piece Joseph Elfenbein. At the bottom of the mark is the pattern name, Moliere.
I was able to find a similar bowl online for sale but it is not as big as Yours here is the link; http://www.rubylane.com/item/307348-rb/Rosenthal-Kronach-Germany-Moliere-Dornroschen
Here is another similar bowl but they gave no price and it has already sold here is the link;
Your bowl is rare and hard to find, for insurance replacement purposes I would value it at $225
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