31 March 2008,
London, King Street
Price realised GBP 9,375
Estimate GBP 3,000 - GBP 5,000
A MEISSEN YELLOW-GROUND RECTANGULAR TEACADDY AND COVER
CIRCA 1735-40, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARK
The ground reserved on the front and reverse with angular shaped-quatrefoil panels of merchants at discussion before cargo within harbour scenes, each side with similar scenes of merchants before galleons, the shoulders painted with two sprays of flowers in the indianische Blumen, within broad gilt line rims (very small chip to tip of finial, very slight surface scratching to ground and flowers, minute wear to gilding)
4¾ in. (12.2 cm.) high
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