31 March 2008
A BADEN-BADEN BALUSTER COFFEE-POT AND COVER
CIRCA 1778, IMPRESSED i
Painted in iron-red with a flowering branch and scattered sprays, below a line border, the domed cover with a flower finial (ground chip to tip of spout, minute chipping to edge of spout and one leaf terminal)
7 1/8 in. (18.1 cm.) high
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René Simmermacher, Gebrauchskeramik in Südbaden, Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe, July-November 2002 Exhibition Catalogue (Karlsruhe, 2002), pl. 10.
Hans-Jürgen Flamm, 'Baden-Baden Porzellan', Weltkunst, June 2003, No. 6, p. 875, pl. 5.
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