These pieces are believed to have been in my husband's family since the 1920s. Although the 7" plates and the sugar and creamer are very similar (almost identical) in pattern, the sugar and creamer are Czech, whereas the plates are marked Germany. ALL the pieces, though, have the same alpha-numerical marking, including the small coupe fruit bowls that have no other marking and clearly do not match.
Because of the history involved during the 1920s-1940s, I am having a difficult time finding anything regarding "Puls" and would love some expert advice on the background and worth of the items. Also, if anyone could shed some light on the meaning of these alpha-numerical markings, it would be much appreciated.
I haven't found a similar pattern online and the sugar and creamer are particularly lovely with the pink rose painted on one side and the yellow and orange on the other.
I am grateful for any comments. Thanks.