Erphila

Period: 1920 -
Region: Czech Republic

The Erphila mark is a combination of the letters E and R derrived from Ebeling & Reuss, a  giftware company from Philadelphia, still in business today in Pennsylvania It is found mainly on imported porcelain and pottery giftware from Czechoslovakia after 1920 Among the imported wares are many figurines, creamers and platters



  • judy nelson

    vase is green/w gold handles, there is a scene of a wounded cherub being helped by a woman and man. On the other side the man (carrying a harp) is dancing away with the woman and the cherub is healed also dancing off with a violin in one hand and a torch in the other. the vase is about 9 1/2 inches tall, the scences are blue, amber,cream colors etc. the base is green,cream and gold designs.

  • michael malinowski

    I have an erphila flute vase. has 3 openings on top for flowers etc. white and in great shape. on the bottom of the center piece there is E R inc est. 1835 erphila company chezcho-slovakia then there is a number 3693 ..I’m sure that means there is at lease that many pcs… if not more ?? I’m just courious about the value, if any or is this a common piece ??

    • Lou Ann

      I just found the same vase (I believe, based on your description) at a yard sale for $1.00. I has the same number of “3693″ stamped on it. It is beautiful and I though it might be worth a lot of money, but perhaps not? Did you get any responses or have any additional information? Thanks!

  • Jerry

    from my grandmother, a E&R man with 2 plow horses
    what do you think ? can send you pics

  • Barbara Weisbarth

    I have a tiny ErPhila Dickens Sam Weller fiurine. I also have 4 other tiny Dickens figurines which are the same tiny size stamped “Germany” in black. They have an imprinted number on the back of the base and their “name” is imprinted on the front. I have searched everywhere I can think of and haven’t found any figurines resembling these 4. Any ideas? Thanks.

  • Lnwerner

    I have a Ceramic pot with a wicker handle. About eight inches tall with a lid. It is cream in color and has scene of a spring celebration in black . People holding hands and dancing along with animals. Any chance you have an idea how old this may be???

  • gramma’s closet

    I have a large pitcher with a lid and 3 matching glasses (tumblers) in blue and gold flower with green vine rim in dark cobalt blue. marked erphila art pottery czeche slovakia. does anyone know the pattern or what it maybe worth?

  • Mary F

    I have a large green and white pitcher marked Erphila Art Pottery Germany. It is not porcelain. It is not a figurine. It has a heavy white handle and spout. The body appears hand painted green and white horizontal stripes of varying widths. It is very old and in our family for about 90 years.

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