A LARGE MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE-GROUND MYTHOLOGICAL 'LIMOGES ENAMEL' CAMPANA VASE
A LARGE MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE-GROUND MYTHOLOGICAL 'LIMOGES ENAMEL' CAMPANA VASE
A LARGE MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE-GROUND MYTHOLOGICAL 'LIMOGES ENAMEL' CAMPANA VASE
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A LARGE MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE-GROUND MYTHOLOGICAL 'LIMOGES ENAMEL' CAMPANA VASE

CIRCA 1860, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARK, PRESSNUMMER 8 AND INDISTINGUISHABLE INCISED LETTERS AND NUMERALS

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A LARGE MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE-GROUND MYTHOLOGICAL 'LIMOGES ENAMEL' CAMPANA VASE
CIRCA 1860, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARK, PRESSNUMMER 8 AND INDISTINGUISHABLE INCISED LETTERS AND NUMERALS
Modelled by Ernst August Leuteritz, decorated possibly after Thorwaldsen, enamelled with a continuous central frieze of Gods and Goddesses, flanked by two handles with acanthus leaf terminals, the socle foot gilt and enamelled with arabesque ornament and stylised classical motifs
22 in. (56 cm.) high
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