Lot 5
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An important baluster shaped Berlin porcelain vase, 19th century, circa 1835-1840

Estimate
15,000 - 20,000 EUR
Sold
27,500 EUR
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Description

  • porcelain
named Münchner Sorte 2 with a blue and gold ground, and a polychrome rectangular view of the Königlishe Schloss and the Lange Brücke, with an equestrian statue of the Elector Frédéric the 1st, the handles, the neck and the pedestal with a gold ground, with the blue sceptre mark and K.P.M. in red; (accidents to one handle)

Catalogue Note

The shape of this vase is inspired by a Nymphenburg porcelain vase created by Friedrich Gärtner. A Nymphenburg vase decorated with portraits of Prince Frederick William of Prussia and Princess Elizabeth of Bavaria was sent to Berlin in 1823, as a gift from the Bavarian court. This vase served as a model for the Berlin factory from 1829 onwards and produced in four sizes. It is likely that the vases of this Berlin porcelain form were made exclusively for Royal residences (Winfried and Ilse Baer, ​​"Die Münchner cup: Zur Geschichte eines Modells" ... Auf allerhöchsten Befehl, Königsgeschenke aus der Königlichn Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin - KPM, 1983, p.17).
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