24 April 2002
A BERLIN (K.P.M.) PORCELAIN RECTANGULAR PLAQUE, 'VOR DEM AUFSTAND 1809 IN TIROL'
Late 19th century, impressed monogram and sceptre marks, incised 20½ - 14¾, signed Fr. Defregger.
Finely painted with a gathering of Tyrolean peasants studying a manuscript prior to the Rebellion of 1809, a young alpine maiden and dog at left and a cannon at the far right
14½ x 20 3/8in. (36.8 x 51.8cm.), within veneered wood frame
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