A Meissen teabowl and saucer, two saucers and a teabowl and saucer
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A Meissen teabowl and saucer, two saucers and a teabowl and saucer

1728-40, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARKS THROUGHOUT, THE FIRST WITH FOUR UNDERGLAZE BLUE DOTS TO FOOTRIM AND DREHER'S * TO SAUCER, THE TWO SAUCERS WITH VARIOUS UNDERGLAZE BLUE AND DREHER'S MARKS, THE TEABOWL AND SAUCERS WITH J. BELOW THE CROSSED SWORDS MARKS AND PRESSNUMMER 60 TO TEABOWL

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A Meissen teabowl and saucer, two saucers and a teabowl and saucer
1728-40, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARKS THROUGHOUT, THE FIRST WITH FOUR UNDERGLAZE BLUE DOTS TO FOOTRIM AND DREHER'S * TO SAUCER, THE TWO SAUCERS WITH VARIOUS UNDERGLAZE BLUE AND DREHER'S MARKS, THE TEABOWL AND SAUCERS WITH J. BELOW THE CROSSED SWORDS MARKS AND PRESSNUMMER 60 TO TEABOWL
The first teabowl and saucer and both saucers probably painted by J.E. Stadler, with figures among flowering shrubs below patterned borders, the final teabowl and saucer with the Tischchenmuster (first teabowl with footrim chip and associated overpainting, one saucer with chip to underside of rim, the final teabowl and saucer with slight wear to gilding) (4)
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