8 July 2002
A Meissen Goldchinesen teabowl and saucer
Decorated at Augsburg in the Seuter workshop, the exterior of the teabowl and the underside of the saucer with applied pink-flowered gilt trailing branches flanked by Oriental figures at various pursuits among shrubs, the saucer with birds on branches and with three Orientals, one holding a parasol within an ogival cartouche on a richly gilt ground (two minute chips to underside rim of saucer and some very slight wear to well of saucer and rim of teabowl)
A European Royal House, Chrisite's, Geneva, 7th June 1968, part of lot 105 or 106
Anon., sale Christie's Geneva, 12th November 1976, lot 47
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Hugo Morley-Fletcher, Meissen Porcelain (1971), p. 102.
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