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Pair Richard Ginori Reticulated Bowls

19th c
with exquisitely painted flower clusters within a wide intricate trellis, flower and shell reticulated border

excellent condition
D 10 3/8" H 2"
mark: Richard Ginori with crown? centered and 2 stars
#1613

$450 pair

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A Meissen Armorial Deep Soup Plate

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circa 1750
possibly arms of Carbonnier see Hoffmeister Collection Appendix I

The handsome arms are embellished with the Gotzkowsky molded pattern
and manierblumen within the lobed rims
The exquisite border of gilt seeded trellis
Mark: underglaze crossed swords
D 9 1/2"
$6000 Hoffmeister II catalogue inclusive

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An Early Meissen Petal-shaped Plate

Circa 1740
The kakiemon flying dragon pattern with phoenix and
molded basketweave border
9 1/2"D
Mark: underglaze crossed swords
Lit: The Wark Collection
$1,850

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A Pair of Meissen Water Jugs

Provenance: Royal House of Hanover
19th century
Blue ground with dappled gold
bouquets of flowers reserved in gilt
garlands. The lids with metal mounts
unglazed crossed swords with dot underglase. W and crown?
to the rims height 8" inside hairline crack $ chip to one spout restored.

#835

4,400.00


 


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A Meissen Armorial Dish

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Circa 1745-50

A gilt edged baroque strapwork molded border surrounding a
basket weave pattern radiating from the central coat of arms
the arms reserved with an enameled and gilded cartouche
(new line) von Carolsfeld, advisor to Hoffmeister, attributes the arms to
Count Camilo Marcolini, in 1768 Chamberlain to Frederick August
of Saxony, later entrusted with the directorship of the Meissen factory
in 1774 Mark: undeglaze crossed swords D 9 1/2”
Provenance: The Hoffmeister Collection
Anon. Sale Sothebys Nov 1985

$5,250.

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Rare Hochst Trembleuse

$1950

A Rare Hochst Trembleuse Circa 1770 with hunting scenes and scattered flowers expertly drawn by the finest porcelain painters of the time for which Hochst was known. Generous gilding. Hochst porcelains are rare because the company was in business a short time- slightly more than 30 years. very fine condition


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A Pair of Meissen Water Jars

$4400

Provenance: Royal House of Hannover, de-assessed 2005, deep Blue ground (beau bleu) with cailloute gold (pebbling), bouquets of flowers reserved in gilt garlands the lids with later metal mounts mark: underglazed crossed swords with dot underglaze W and (crown?) to the rims Height 8" inside hairline crack and chip to one spout restored; The Hannover dynasty (England's George I, II and III) , extensive collections are an important part of the history of diplomacy and decorative arts. Since cailloute style in vogue by Sevres was passe at the end of 18th c. I argue these were decorated in the 18th century.


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A Meissen Dinner Plate from the "Green Watteau Service" circa 1770

$1850

The service was reserved for the Saxon Court. Inventories record the first plates having been made in 1749
Moulded with the "Gotzkowsky-Relief-pattern, the center with vignette of elegant courtiers
gilt edged rims with four flower prigs 9 1/2"

Mark: corssed swords and dot in underglaze blue; impressed 2
Condition: minor loss of gilding to edge

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