A MEISSEN KAKIEMON SAUCER DISH THE PORCELAIN CIRCA 1730, THE DECORATION PARTIALLY LATER
of deep lobed form, painted with three flower sprigs in Kakiemon style, the center later-decorated with the crowned arms of Poland-Lithuania, added after 1779, crossed swords mark in blue enamel, incised Japanese Palace inventory number N=336-W.
Diameter: 6 in.
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The Royal Collections of Saxony, Japanese Palace, Dresden
Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc. New York, June 6, 1973, lots 16-17
Private Collection, Switzerland
Sotheby's Zürich, November 24, 1992, lot 7
Cassidy-Geiger, 2008, no. 103b, p. 331, illus.