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PROPERTY FROM MALMESBURY HOUSE, SALISBURY.

A Meissen porcelain cane handle, circa 1735-40
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PROPERTY FROM MALMESBURY HOUSE, SALISBURY.

A Meissen porcelain cane handle, circa 1735-40
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A Meissen porcelain cane handle, circa 1735-40
of curved form terminating in a bridled horse head, the base painted with a continuous harbour scene of merchants in conversation, above a gilt diaper panelled band reserved with cartouches of landscapes in purpurmalerei, on a gold-mounted tasselled Malacca,
the handle approximately 6cm., 2 3/8 in. long, overall 125cm., 49 1/4 in. long
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來源

Anonymous sale, Christie's London, 30th March 1987, lot 83.

相關資料

Porcelain cane handles are among the most precious of survivors from the 18th century. This exceptionally rare form in Meissen porcelain is recorded only a handful of times at auction. A example painted with a similar harbour scene was sold in these rooms, 14th-15th December 1772, lot 25, then subsequently sold 11th April 1978, lot 329. Another, painted with a countryside landscape was in the collection of Sir Bernard Eckstein, sold by order of the executors in these rooms, 30th May 1949, lot 123, then subsequently sold in an anonymous sale, 21st October 1980, lot 89. 

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