18 - 19 April 2012
PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF DR. LARRY AYRES
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A MEISSEN PORCELAIN 'KAPUZINERBRAUN' GROUND TEABOWL AND SAUCER AND THREE 'TISCHENMUSTER' TEAWARES
CIRCA 1730-40, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARKS, IRON-RED PAINTER'S K TO THE BROWN-GROUND TEABOWL AND SAUCER, BLUE PAINTER'S K TO THE BOWL AND E TO THE CUP
THE FIRST IN THE KAKIEMON PALETTE WITH CHRYSANTHEMUM, PEONY AND PRUNUS WITHIN A TRELLIS BORDER; THE WASTE BOWL AND TEACUP AND SAUCER IN THE 'TISCHENMUSTER' PATTERN
5 7/8 IN. (14.9 CM.) DIAMETER, THE BOWL (5)
WITH HOFF ANTIQUES, LONDON (THE FIRST).
ANONYMOUS SALE; SOTHEBY'S, LONDON, 4 MARCH 1986, LOT 291 (THE FIRST).
ANONYMOUS SALE; SOTHEBY'S PARKE BERNET, INC., NEW YORK, 11 JUNE 1975, LOT 186 (THE SECOND).
MARIAN AND MICHAEL SABEE; SOTHEBY'S, NEW YORK, 10 NOVEMBER 2006, LOT 180 (THE SECOND).
ANONYMOUS SALE; SOTHEBY'S, NEW YORK, 18 APRIL 1991, LOT 14 (PART, THE LAST).
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