London, South Kensington
6 November 2007
A GERMAN FAYENCE BLUE AND MANGANESE PEWTER-MOUNTED JUG
MID 18TH CENTURY, KÜNERSBERG
Of inverted baluster form, painted with buildings and flowers in landscape between trees, the hingeed pewter cover with ball thumbpiece, engraved with the initials .F.F.ST, the foot with pewter rim
11½ in. (29.2 cm.) high
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See Peter Vogt, Fayence und Steinzeug aus vier Jahr Hunderten, Catalogue, Munich 2004, were he illustrates a blue and white jug with similar buildings and identical sponging which he attributes to Künersberg.
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