31 March 2008
A FRANKENTHAL CHINOISERIE TEACUP AND SAUCER
CIRCA 1770, UNDERGLAZE BLUE 73 TO CUP, 83 TO SAUCER, INCISED VIO (?) TO CUP AND ,,O ,
Painted with figures at various pursuits and insects within exotic landscape vignettes, within gilt sepia and puce frett and scroll-pattern borders (small rim chip to cup)
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See Friedrich H. Hofmann, Frankenthaler Porzellan (Munich, 1911), pl. 192, no. 751 for a related saucer-dish.
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