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Wallendorf is one of the Thuringian porcelain producers. The factory is situated in Lichte, where it has been since its founding in 1764.

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1975 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Deer in the Snow
1975 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Deer in the Snow
-24%
1975 Wallendorf Christmas plate, D...
USD 17.26
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Item no: XWAX1975 Year: 1975 Measurement: Ø: 20 cm
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1981 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Moose
1981 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Moose
1981 Wallendorf Christmas plate, ...
USD 22.63
Item no: XWAX1981 Year: 1981 Measurement: Ø: 20 cm
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1977 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Ducks
1977 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Ducks
-75%
1977 Wallendorf Christmas plate, D...
USD 5.66
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Item no: XWAX1977 Year: 1977 Measurement: Ø: 20 cm
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1979 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Red deer
1979 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Red deer
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1979 Wallendorf Christmas plate, R...
USD 17.26
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Item no: XWAX1979 Year: 1979 Measurement: Ø: 20 cm
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1980 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Fox near village
1980 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Fox near village
-49%
1980 Wallendorf Christmas plate, F...
USD 11.46
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Item no: XWAX1980 Year: 1980 Measurement: Ø: 20 cm
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1987 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Swans
1987 Wallendorf Christmas plate, S...
USD 22.63
Item no: XWAX1987 Year: 1987 Measurement: Ø: 20 cm
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1976 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Pheasants in the Snow
1976 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Pheasants in the Snow
-75%
1976 Wallendorf Christmas plate, P...
USD 5.66
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Item no: XWAX1976 Year: 1976 Measurement: Ø: 20 cm
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1978 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Rabbits
1978 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Rabbits
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1978 Wallendorf Christmas plate, R...
USD 5.66
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Item no: XWAX1978 Year: 1978 Measurement: Ø: 20 cm
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1983 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Wild Boar
1983 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Wild Boar
-49%
1983 Wallendorf Christmas plate, ...
USD 11.46
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Item no: XWAX1983 Year: 1983 Measurement: Ø: 20 cm
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1984 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Wild Birds -24%
1984 Wallendorf Christmas plate, ...
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Item no: XWAX1984 Year: 1984 Measurement: Ø: 20 cm
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1985 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Migrating Birds -24%
1985 Wallendorf Christmas plate, ...
USD 17.26
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Item no: XWAX1985 Year: 1985 Measurement: Ø: 20 cm
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1986 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Hunter -24%
1986 Wallendorf Christmas plate, H...
USD 17.26
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Item no: XWAX1986 Year: 1986 Measurement: Ø: 20 cm
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1988 Wallendorf Christmas plate, Squirrel
1988 Wallendorf Christmas plate, S...
USD 26.11
Item no: XWAX1988 Year: 1988 Measurement: Ø: 20 cm
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1982 Wallendorf Christmas plate
1982 Wallendorf Christmas plate
Item no: XWAX1982 Year: 1983 Measurement: Ø: 20 cm
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Wallendorf was originally founded by Johan Wolfgang Hammann. He originally sought concession for the production of porcelain at the court of Schwarzburg-Rudolfstadt, which ruled over half of the Lichte valley, but he was reject, because a concession had allready been given to Georg Heinrich Machelei, who founded Aelteste Volkstedter Porzellanmanufaktur. This is the oldest still functioning porcelain factory in Thuringia.

This did not stop Hammann, however. On the other side of the river that runs through the Lichte valley the court of Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld ruled. Here he again sought concession and got it in 1764. He was now ready to begin production. He established Wallendorf with his son Ferdinand Friedrich Hammann and the glass painter Gottfried Greiner and his cousin Gotthelf Greiner.

The two factories in Lichte are among the oldest porcelain factories in Europe. The Wallendorf porcelain was originally produced from Thuringian kaolin, which were in the region. It had impurities, however, and thus the porcelain did not become clear and white. Therefore it was replaced with kaolin from Bohemia.

The factory was on the hands of the Hammann family untill 1833, when it was taken over by Hutschenreuther. Wallendorf changed hands many times, but has produced in the same location since its founding except for the period 1915-1919, when production was halted due to the Great War.

After the Second World War Wallendorf was situated on the Eastern side of the border, which meant that the factory in 1953 was nationalised. It returned to private ownership again in 1990 after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Afterwards Wallendorf has been on many different hands, but the produktion continues in the same locale.

After the reunification and new investments in the production and relaunches of old services the market position of Wallendorf has improved.