Place of origin: Meissen, Germany (made) Date: ca. (made) Artist/Maker: Meissen porcelain factory (manufacturer) Materials and Techniques: Hard-paste porcelain (Böttger porcelain) with moulded and applied decoration in relief
Tea Bowl and Saucer with Chinoiserien. Meissen. Circa 1730-35. Porcelain, enriched in colours and in gilt. Tea bowl with two rust-red rings, above which runs a band of figural scenes upon a grass base. The inner edge contains a gold lace border and the ground a purple scene of Chinese figures. Saucer with corresponding gold border and two rust-red rings around the center, framing a scene with three Chinese figures. Verso with indian flowers. Height 4,5cm/ + 13,5cm.
Tankard with splendid fire-gilded mounting, Meissen, ca. 1750 Porcelain, decorated in colours. Plain cylindrical body with twig-shaped handle. On the front large floral bouquet as well as large scattered blossoms.