31 March 2008
A LIMBACH SILVER-MOUNTED TEACADDY AND A METAL COVER
CIRCA 1775, THE METAL COVER AND SILVER NECK MOUNT LATER, PUCE INTERLACED LB MARK, THE NECK WITH STAMPED MARKS
Of oval section, painted en camaïeu rose with a gentleman standing before a ruin or column before buildings within a landscape vignette, the metal cover with a flower finial (some repairs to metal cover)
4¾ in. (12 cm.) high overall (2)
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See Helmut Scherf, Thüringer Porzellan (Leipzig, 1980), pl. 208 for a teapot painted with a similar scene.
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