Here is a piece of Allach porcelain that is incomplete so in a range that can be classed as affordable.

Allach porcelain was manufactured in Germany from 1935 to 1945. Professor Franz Nagy owned the land nearby the small town of Allach that the porcelain factory was built on, himself and his business partner Karl Diebitsch began the very first production of the porcelain.

In 1936 the factory was acquired by Heinrich Himmler and became fully under the control of the SS. Much of the labour and many of the artists to run the factory were supplied by the nearby Dachau Concentration Camp. The stigma attached to this porcelain is fully understandable, but the pure quality of the products produced are simply breath-taking. With only 10 years in manufacture all Allach pieces are considered rare – some more than others.

This Baroque Candelabra was designed by Franz Nagy and was introduced to the Allach range in 1937. As it stands it is just over 23 cms, but missing the 4 or 5 branch candle holders that were the top structure. If complete as one piece the value would be in the several thousands, in current status it is priced very fairly indeed. Under the base are the green inter-twined runes and the model number.

A beautiful piece of allach even if not complete, and 100% authentic to the Third Reich period.

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