Our members share information and photos of their personal collections and submit enlightening stories of their search for R. Prussia and related china in our quarterly, full color, magazine-quality newsletters The newsletter also contains fascinating historical information. We enjoy each other’s company and many of us have formed longtime friendships.We are a “family” of collectors that invite you to join the fun and excitement of our hobby. Join today by downloading the membership application and mail it with your check to our secretary/treasurer team. You will receive a new member packet and information on the upcoming convention where you can start to enjoy and share your hobby with our group. Erdmann's factory, in contrast, was founded and originally owned by Leonhard Schlegelmilch.Later on, Oscar, Julius Martin, and Carl Schlegelmilch had a hand in owning and/or running the factory.
For more information about Prussia resource books, visit the books page on this site. Join those who have already walked the path in search of Prussia.You can increase your skills of identification and valuation as a member of the International Association of R. Learn their skills of identification and valuation first-hand, member to member, from our Association’s newsletter and our Association’s annual conventions. RS Prussia appears in several marks used on porcelain before 1917.In recent decades antique porcelain collectors have increasingly sought after pieces bearing the celebrated Prussian porcelain marks, with the letters "RS" in red encircled by a green wreath beneath a red five-pointed star."RS" are the initials for Reinhold Schlegelmilch, the private owner of a porcelain factory in Suhl, Germany that was founded in the late 19 century-at a time when demand for European porcelain from abroad was nearing its peak.