London, South Kensington
14 December 2000
A Meissen saucer
painted with a gentleman and two female companions modelled seated and standing before a column on a ridge, a large building in the rocky landscape beyond, within two iron-red circular bands, beneath a border gilt with scrolling foliage, blue crossed swords mark, and Dreher's mark, circa 1745 -- 11.5cm. diam.
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