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PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF MARIAN AND MICHAEL SABEE

A MEISSEN AUGSBERG-DECORATED COFFEE POT AND PAIR OF HAUSMALER CUPS AND SAUCERS
CIRCA 1725-53 AND 1740-45
Estimate
2,0003,000
LOT SOLD. 1,920 USD
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PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF MARIAN AND MICHAEL SABEE

A MEISSEN AUGSBERG-DECORATED COFFEE POT AND PAIR OF HAUSMALER CUPS AND SAUCERS
CIRCA 1725-53 AND 1740-45
Estimate
2,0003,000
LOT SOLD. 1,920 USD
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Details & Cataloguing

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A MEISSEN AUGSBERG-DECORATED COFFEE POT AND PAIR OF HAUSMALER CUPS AND SAUCERS
CIRCA 1725-53 AND 1740-45
the pear-form coffee pot decorated on either side in Goldchinesen, probabaly in the workshop of Alexander Seuter, with a figural scene above a scrollwork bracket device, and cup and saucer decorated in underglaze-blue and gilding with the Fels und Vogel pattern, further enamelled, in the workshop of F. K. Ferner, on the interior of the cups with flower sprigs and around the rim of the saucers with flower sprays and a running dog or reclining sheep, the coffee pot with lustre L or J mark, the cups and saucers with crossed swords marks in underglaze-blue and impressed numerals 53 or monogram L marks. The coffee pot with slight wear, minor chip to spout and lacking cover.
height of coffee pot 6 1/4 in.; height of cups 2 5/8 in.
15.8 cm; 6.7 cm
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Provenance

(the coffee pot), Sold, Christie's, London, December 2, 1974, lot 142
(the cups and saucers), Sold Sotheby's, London, July 13, 1976, lot 40

Catalogue Note

The scene on one side of the coffee pot, which appears to be of figures decorating porcelain, also decorates a coffee pot illustrated by Siegfried Ducret, Meissener Porzellan bemalt in Augsburg, p. 182, no. 196.

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