A MEISSEN GOLDCHINESEN TWO-HANDLED BEAKER AND SAUCER
A MEISSEN GOLDCHINESEN TWO-HANDLED BEAKER AND SAUCER

CIRCA 1720, THE AUGSBURG DECORATION CIRCA 1725-30, THE BEAKER WITH INCISED ENAMELLED BLACK Z TO FOOTRIM, THE SAUCER WITH DREHER'S TO FOOTRIM

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A MEISSEN GOLDCHINESEN TWO-HANDLED BEAKER AND SAUCER
CIRCA 1720, THE AUGSBURG DECORATION CIRCA 1725-30, THE BEAKER WITH INCISED ENAMELLED BLACK Z TO FOOTRIM, THE SAUCER WITH DREHER'S TO FOOTRIM
The beaker with entwined richly-gilt branch handles, the exterior of the beaker and reverse of the saucer moulded with fruiting vine, with blue and purple grapes issuing from gilt leafy branches, gilt at Augsburg in the Seuter workshop, the saucer gilt with figures taking tea on a terrace supported on elaborate scrollwork, within an octafoil gilt cartouche (slight wear to gilding, minor scratching to saucer)
Provenance
The Flahaut Collection.

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