27 June 2005
A Meissen bowl
CIRCA 1730, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARK, DREHER'S oo TO FOOTRIM
Probably painted by J.E. Stadler, in a bright palette with a lady holding a parasol and an attendant with a flower between terracing and stylised flowers and a bird in flight, above double concentric iron-red lines, the interior with a small spray of flowers below a narrow border of iron-red leaves reserved with purple and gilt demi-flowerheads (slight scratches to glaze on interior)
6¼ in. (15.9 cm.) diam.
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