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Coffee Dish (Cup with no handles) with Scenes from a Merchant's Journey.   Meissen. Circa 1735/40.

Coffee Dish (Cup with no handles) with Scenes from a Merchant's Journey.

A very rare Meissen armorial coffee and tea service with the arms of Taparelli, circa 1735-40. Photo courtesy Bonhams

A very rare Meissen armorial coffee and tea service with the arms of Taparelli, circa Photo courtesy Bonhams

Coffee pot  | Meissen porcelain factory | made in Germany in 1730

Coffee pot and cover

Coffee pot and cover of hard-paste porcelain painted with enamels and gilded, Meissen porcelain factory, Meissen, ca.

Tea, coffee and chocolate service, Attributed to Johann Gregor Höroldt (1696-1775), Meissen hard-paste porcelain, Note: no handles to bowls with saucers would suggest this set was made before 1750s. Turquoise and white ground decorated with quatrefoil reserves featuring polychrome paintings of land and seascapes. Decorated with simple gilt edges. Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014

Meissen hard-paste porcelain tea and coffee service with an additional chocolate pot and covered cups. Turquoise and white ground decorated with quatrefoil.

Coffee pot and cover | Meissen porcelain factory | made in Germany in 1740

Coffee pot and cover

Meissen Porcelain Manufactory (Germany) — Coffee pot and cover, c. 1740 : V&A - Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Small Jug with Mascaron.   Meissen. Circa 1750/60.     Porcelain, enriched in colours and in gilt. Pear-shaped with double-C handle. The nozzle has an applied mascaron decor and the spout is shaped like a dragon's head. Height 16cm.  Crossed swords mark.

Small Jug with Mascaron. Circa Porcelain, enriched in colours and in gilt. Pear-shaped with double-C handle. The nozzle has an applied mascaron decor and the spout is shaped like a dragon's head.

A RARE MEISSEN BÖTTGER PORCELAIN DUTCH-DECORATED TEAPOT AND COVER, CIRCA 1713 of globular form painted in thickly applied enamels with winged insects above flowering peonies and prunus, the cover with a similar flowering branch and insect, minor chips and haircrack.

A rare Meissen Böttger porcelain Dutch-decorated teapot and cover, circa 1713 Sotheby's

Coffee pot | Meissen porcelain factory | made in Germany in 1735

Coffee pot

Tea Bowl and Saucer with Landscape Scenes.   Meissen. Circa 1740.     Porcelain, enriched in colours and in gilt. A narrow, lace border lines the edges. Both tea bowl and saucer with oval gold cartouches with dark contours and purple feathers.

Tea Bowl and Saucer with Landscape Scenes. Circa Porcelain, enriched in colours and in gilt. A narrow, lace border lines the edges. Both tea bowl and saucer with oval gold cartouches with dark contours and purple feathers.

Tea Bowl with Indian Flowers.   Meissen. Circa 1740.     Porcelain, enriched in colours. Height 4,5cm.   Crossed swords marking, dreher's mark.

Tea Bowl with Indian Flowers. Circa Porcelain, enriched in colours.

#Meissen  --  Beaker  --  Circa 1725  --  Metropolitan Museum of Art

This beaker and saucer were part of a tea and chocolate service given to Vittorio Amadeo II, King of Sardinia by Augustus the Strong, the Elector of Saxony, under whose patronage the Meissen factory was established