23 November 2010
A BERLIN (K.P.M.) PORCELAIN RECTANGULAR PLAQUE, 'DER LIEBLING'
LATE 19TH/20TH CENTURY, IMPRESSED MONOGRAM AND SCEPTRE MARKS, H AND INCISED __ 9
Painted after Meyer with a three quarter-length portrait of a young girl holding a cat, a butterfly above her shoulder
9 in. (22.7 cm.) high, 6 in. (15.2 cm.) wide, excluding the velvet and giltwood frame
The Clarence Lee Dubois Estate, Wichita, Kansas.
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Johann Georg Meyer von Bremen, German (1813-1886). For a similar example see, Sotheby's, London, 7 March 1989, lot 240.
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