31 March 2008
A KASSEL BLUE AND WHITE SOUP-PLATE
CIRCA 1770-75, UNDERGLAZE BLUE LION RAMPANT MARK, INCISED 88 F
Painted with chinoiserie huts among pine and bamboo issuing from rockwork beside a fence running along the edge of a river, with figure in a sampan alongside, the border with three similar lesser vignettes (cracked to rim, some pitting and staining)
8 7/8 in. (22.6 cm.) diam.
With Daniela Kumpf, Wiesbaden.
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See Marlis Wienert, Kasseler Porzellan (Kassel, 1989), cat. no. 10 for a similar example.
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