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A Meissen two-handled beaker and a teabowl

CIRCA 1730 AND CIRCA 1770, THE FIRST WITH BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARK

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A Meissen two-handled beaker and a teabowl
Circa 1730 and circa 1770, the first with blue crossed swords mark
The Meissen example of flared form, with scroll handles and painted in the Kakiemon palette with banded hedges and scattered flowers beneath a brown line rim,; and a Continental porcelain teabowl, perhaps Loostrecht, painted in puce camaieu with figures and ruins, beneath a gilt line rim (2)
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