12 May 1999
A famille rose 'European Subject' plate
Painted in the Meissen-style with a central lobed cartouche depicting a a fisherman standing behind a wooden barrel of herring recommending his catch to a couple of other men, reserved on gilt scrollwork, the rim with three cartouches containing three different Dutch landscapes between iron-red and puce scrollwork panels (some rubbing to the gilt)
23 cm. diam.
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F.& N. Hervout et Y. Bruneau, La Porcelaine des Compagnies des Indes, Paris, 1986, p. 348, fig. 15.25.
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