Schuetzmeister & Quendt doll mark S &
Q doll mold 101 Dep 10
Wilhelm Quendt and Phillipp Schüetzmeister (also spelled Schützmeister) founded a porcelain factory in Boilstadt,
Gotha, Germany in 1889. By 1908 Mr. Quendt had left the firm, then in 1918 S & Q
became part of the reorganized Bing conglomeration
1918 doll production was limited to bisque
heads made for other Bing members such as Kämmer &
Reinhardt or Welsch & Company. The Schuetzmeister & Quendt company
used the doll mark SQ sometimes intertwined, S & Q, found on the back of dolls
heads, plus the mold numbers shown below. They made Character Baby
and Dolly faced bisque head dolls. 1925 doll mark Jeannette often used
with doll mold 301 on a bisque head doll.
Schuetzmeister & Quendt Doll Mold Numbers Identified
Doll mold numbers: 79, 80, 81 were all registered by Schuetzmeister & Quendt
as Child dolls in 1891, but no known examples have been found to date.