Capo Di Monte colectibles are porcelean pieces that are highly colored and have a strong relief style. The history of Capo Di Monte porcelean
collectibles starts with King Ferdinand IV, son of King Charles, who opened his first Capo Di Monte porcelean factory in Naples Italy in 1771.
They used the mark of the blue crown N (BCN) to designate their porcelean figurines. When the factory closed in 1834 it was the Ginori family
of Doccia Italy who acquired and continued the tradition of Capo Di Monte collectibles bearing the same mark. This second factory was closed
in 1896 when Societa Ceramica Richard of Milan Italy took over manufacturing these fine porcelean figures but used a different mark, the mark
shows a crest wtih wreaths under a blue crown with R. Capodimonte. They still continue to manufacture using this mark to this day. Many pieces
were lost during the two world wars and some Europeans come to the United States in search of porcelean figures that survived the wars. The below
table is meant has a guide to help determine the true value of your antique stoves by showing what others have sold and paid for their stoves.
Obviously, this is only a guide, your stove might look similar to a antique stove shown but might be much rarer, or sometimes things sell on Ebay
because they have a bad description or photo, so tread these pages lightly. Use common sense when required, but have fun because looking at over
people's collections can be fun!
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