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A rare Meissen lobed dish
circa 1728
Estimate
5,0007,000
LOT SOLD. 16,250 USD
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PROPERTY OF OTHER OWNERS

A rare Meissen lobed dish
circa 1728
Estimate
5,0007,000
LOT SOLD. 16,250 USD
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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A rare Meissen lobed dish
circa 1728
decorated in Imari style in underglaze-blue, enamels and gilding, with indianische Blumen and insects in the well, enclosed by radiating panels of indianische Blumen alternating with three different underglaze-blue and gilt panels, with further scattered chrysanthemums, the reverse with a continuous band of underglaze-blue scrolling foliage embellished in gilding and with iron-red flowers and leaves, crossed swords mark within a circle in underglaze-blue with two further concentric circles inside the footrim, incised Japanese Palace inventory number N=81-/ W. Some scattered flaking to gilt rim, minor chips to footrim.
diameter 8 1/8 in.
21.8 cm
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Provenance

Royal Collections of Saxony, Japanese Palace, Dresden;
Sold from the above collection, Rudolph Lepke's Kunst-Auctions-Haus, Berlin, 7-8 October 1919, lot 147

Catalogue Note

The 1770 inventory of the Japanese Palace, Dresden, lists under number 81, "Sechs Stück blau und roth mit Gold gemahlte pa©¬igt Saladieren 1 3/4 Zoll tief, 9. Zoll in Diam:" [six items lobed saladieres painted in blue and red with gold].

Important French Furniture & Decorations, European Ceramics and Carpets

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