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A Vienna (Du Paquier) plate
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A Vienna (Du Paquier) plate

1730-1735

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A Vienna (Du Paquier) plate
1730-1735
Of rectangular section, with canted corners, painted with Laub und Bandelwerk borders in iron-red, the centre with floral branches issuing a scrolling bracket supporting three cherub's heads, possibly inspired by frescoes by Jonas Drentwett, enhanced in gilt, the reverse with sprays of Indianischen Blumen (firing defaults, some patches of wear to the gilt)
22.6 cm. wide
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For a discussion of the frescoes by Jonas Drentwett in the Orangerie, Vienna as a source of inspiration see C. Lehner-Jobst, Barocker Luxus Porzellan etc., München, 2005 p.38.

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