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An extensive Berlin (K.P.M.) "Breslauer Stadtschloss" pattern part dinner, dessert, tea and coffee service, circa 1900-1915

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Estimate:

25,000 - 35,000 GBP

An extensive Berlin (K.P.M.) "Breslauer Stadtschloss" pattern part dinner, dessert, tea and coffee service, circa 1900-1915

An extensive Berlin (K.P.M.) "Breslauer Stadtschloss" pattern part dinner, dessert, tea and coffee service, circa 1900-1915

Estimate:

25,000 - 35,000 GBP

Lot sold:

30,240

GBP

An extensive Berlin (K.P.M.) "Breslauer Stadtschloss" pattern part dinner, dessert, tea and coffee service, circa 1900-1915


painted with flower sprays within fluted borders moulded and gilt with trailing blooms and rocailled enclosing blue-scale-pattern section divided by trailing blooms within moulded ribbon tied reeded rims, blue scepter, iron red orb and KPM marks, some iron cross marks, various impressed and painted markscomprising:

- a two-handled footed oval bowl

- a large oval two-handled tureen and cover, the finial formed as a putto holding a gourd

- four similar smaller circular tureens and covers

- a two-handled oval dish or stand

- three oval serving dishes

- three similar smaller dishes

- three similar smaller oval serving dishes

- four large flat circular dishes

- four similar smaller flat circular serving dishes

- four deep circular serving dishes

- four larger fish serving dishes

- four large two-handled double-lipped sauceboats on fixed stands

- four ladles

- two similar two-handled double-lipped sauceboats on fixed stands

- a square shaped serving bowl

- another similar slightly smaller

- four navette-shaped radish dishes

- a mustard pot, cover on fixed stand with ladle

- twenty-four soup plates

- forty-eight first course plates

- one hundred and twenty main course plates

- twenty-three side plates

- twenty-four covered cups

- a pair of high pierced baskets

- four low pierced baskets

- two pierced comports

- four oval dessert dishes

- four cushion-shaped dishes

- four circular serving bowls

- twenty-four pierced dessert plates

- twenty-four cake plates with shell thumbpiece

- twenty-four small preserve dishes

- twenty-four tea cups and saucers

- twenty-four coffee cups and saucers


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In overall good condition and remarkedly complete. Relatively few minor defects detailed below with only a few signs of use. In detail: - a two-handled footed oval bowl, 43.5cm. across the handles, 16.5cm. high: minute chip to the scrolled tip of one handle. Overall good condition. - a large oval two-handled tureen and cover, 38cm. wide, 29cm. high: minute chip to footrim and a small glaze flake. Overall good order. - four similar smaller circular tureens and covers, 26cm. wide, 19.5cm. high: each finial has minor chipping to the tip of the stalk and grapes. Scattered minute chipping to the petals. These defects are not particularly noticeable or detrimental to the overall appearance of the pieces. - a two-handled oval dish or stand, 51cm. wide: in good order - three oval serving dishes, 50cm. wide: overall in good condition with some slight wear to flutes, one with a minor rim chip, another with a minor firing crack to rim - three similar smaller dishes, 41cm. wide: slight wear to flutes - three similar smaller oval serving dishes, 36.3cm. wide: slight wear to flutes - four large flat circular dishes, 34.5cm. diameter: in good condition - four similar smaller flat circular serving dishes, 31.5cm. diameter: in good condition - four deep circular serving dishes, 31.5cm. diameter: in good condition - four larger fish serving dishes, 63.5cm. wide: slight wear to flutes - four large two-handled double-lipped sauceboats on fixed stands, 20cm. wide across the lips, 27cm. wide across the stands: in good condition - four ladles: in very good condition - two similar two-handled double-lipped sauceboats on fixed stands, 21cm. wide across the lips, 25cm. wide across the stand - a square shaped serving bowl, 27cm. wide: in good condition - another similar slightly smaller, 26.2cn. wide: in good condition - four navette-shaped radish dishes, 25cm. wide: in good condition - a mustard pot, cover on fixed stand with ladle, 10.5cm. high, 13.5cm. wide: a slight crack to the cover around the recess for the ladle - twenty-four soup plates, 24cm. wide: in good order - forty-eight first course plates, 22cm. diameter: one plate with chipping to the underside of the rim, one plate with a chip to the upper edge of the rim, - one hundred and twenty main course plates, each 25.2cm. wide: one with minute chip to upper rim, one plate with a minute rim chip, three each with a large shallow rim chip - twenty-three side plates, each 17.8cm. diameter: two have small rim chips to the edge and to the upper edge - twenty-four covered cups, each 10.5cm. high overall, the cup only 7.5cm. high: one cover with a small chip to the underside of the rim - a pair of high pierced baskets, 23.5cm. high, 25cm. wide: in good condition - four low pierced baskets, 11cm. high, 21cm. wide: one with damages and repairs TBC - two pierced comports, 23.8cm. wide, 15cm. high: in good condition - four oval dessert dishes, 26cm. wide: in good condition - four cushion-shaped dishes, 25.2cm. wide: in good condition - four circular serving bowls, 22.5cm. wide: in good condition - twenty-four pierced dessert plates, 23.8cm. diameter: in good condition - twenty-four cake plates with shell thumbpiece, 14.5cm. diameter, 16.4cm. at the widest point: in good condition - twenty-four small preserve dishes, 8.5cm. diameter: in good condition - twenty-four tea cups and saucers, each cup 5cm. high, 8.5cm. diameter, each saucer 14.8cm. diameter: in good condition - twenty-four coffee cups and saucers, each cup 5.5cm. high, 6cm. diameter, each saucer 11cm. diameter: the saucers in good condition, one cup with a rim chip, one cup with a chip to footrim, one cup with a minute chip to the inner footrim


In response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to consult with a restorer or conservator of your choice who will be better able to provide a detailed, professional report. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Sotheby's is merely a subjective qualified opinion. NOTWITHSTANDING THIS REPORT OR ANY DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING CONDITION OF A LOT, ALL LOTS ARE OFFERED AND SOLD "AS IS" IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS OF SALE PRINTED IN THE CATALOGUE.