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Presentation Porcelain belonging to Hermann Göring

DESCRIPTION: Below see several beautiful pieces of porcelain from Hermann Göring’s palatial estate, Carinhall, in the Schorfheide forest. Göring had many sets of dinnerware at this beautiful state mansion, but the finest official one was this set with the national eagle in gold superimposed upon two crossed marshal’s batons. All this is set in a gold-framed field of royal blue. The edges are always gilded and with powder-blue striping and there is a mark of the company on the back. The dishes and serving utensils are exceptionally handsome and dramatic looking. We sincerely believe Benito Mussolini’s son-in-law, Count Ciano, presented this set to Marshal Göring when he arrived in Rome to meet with Mussolini on 16 April 1939. The porcelain is by a famed Italian porcelain firm known as Richard Ginori, a company manufacturing the finest of art porcelain since 1735. Ciano presented these gorgeous pieces to the man called the latter-day Falstaff . . . a man who lived the life of a royal prince, but was also a barrel of energy as he went about his duties in his several high offices. This simple, yet elegant piece of porcelain reflects in every way the lifestyle of the man the German people called “Unser Hermann” (“Our Hermann”). This man was second only to Hitler and enjoyed great power in the third German Reich and in the end he stood defiantly, but proud, before the allied hypocrites and Star Chamber judges. He cheated the murderous, vile Nuremberg hangman, Sgt. Woods, and took his own life with poison that was smuggled to him by one of the American GI guards, who wanted to help the great man to at least die in dignity, and he will always be remembered as a hero by some who admire courage, even today in these troubled times. R.I.P.–Hermann Göring. (For further interesting information about Hermann Göring’s martyrdom, see the letter he wrote to Winston Churchill on October 10, 1946. It is for most an eye opener!)

 

Goring Dish
Goring Dish

Goring Dish

Goring Dish

Goring Dish

Goring Dish

Goring Dish

Goring Dish

Goring Dish

Plate from the Personal Reichsmarschall Service of Herman Göring (Item GOR 13-1)

DESCRIPTION: This is an official dinner plate from the set of dishes that were once in Carinhalle, Göring’s palatial estate in Schorfheide forest. Göring had many sets of dinnerware at this beautiful, stately mansion, but the main official one was this one with the national eagle in gold superimposed upon two crossed marshal’s batons; all set in a gold-framed field of royal blue. The edges are gilded and with powder blue striping. The plate is about 8¼ inches in diameter and there is a mark of the company on the back and, in this case, the company is Italian. This is but one piece of an ensemble that Count Galeazzo Ciano, Benito Mussolini’s son-in-law, presented to Marshall Göring on April 16, 1939, on occasion of Göring’s visit to Rome with invitation from Il Duce. The dish is very handsome and dramatic looking, made for the man called the latter day Falstaff . . . a man who lived the life of a royal prince, but was also a barrel of energy as he went about his duties in his several high offices. This simple, yet elegant, piece of porcelain reflects in every way the lifestyle of the man the German people called “Unser Hermann” (Our Hermann). This was the man who was second only to Hitler and enjoyed great power in the third German Reich and managed several crucial offices within the National Socialist regime. In the end, he stood defiant but proud before the allied hypocrites and Star Chamber judges. He cheated the murderous, vile Nuremberg hangman, Sgt. Woods, and took his own life with poison that was smuggled to him by one of the G.I. guards who wanted to help the great man to at least die in dignity and he will be remembered as a hero by some who admire courage, even today. R.I.P.–Hermann Göring.

PRICE: $1,650.00

 

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