31 March 2008
A FULDA BALUSTER COFFEE-POT
CIRCA 1765, BLUE CROWNED FF MARK, IMPRESSED IA MARK
With a scroll-moulded spout and handle enriched in puce, the body painted with two landscape vignettes of figures before turreted buildings in estuary scenes within borders of stylised rockwork (hairline crack through lower handle terminal, very slight scratching to enamels)
5¾ in. (14.5 cm.) high
Bruno Sandner Collection, no. 421, sale Metz, Heidelberg, 18th October 2003, lot 421.
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See a similarly decorated coffee-pot illustrated by Christoph Fritzsche and Gregor Karl Stasch, Hochfürstlich Fuldische Porzellainmanufaktur 1764-1789, (Fulda, 1994), p. 149, no. 23.
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