31 March 2008
A MEISSEN TEABOWL AND SAUCER
CIRCA 1735, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARKS, INDISTINCT DREHER'S MARKS AND GILDER'S B. TO BOTH PIECES
Painted in the manner of B.G. Haüer with estuary scenes, the teabowl with a continuous scene with merchants before ships, one beside a large package with indistinct numerals or initials, above double iron-red lines, the interior with a 'salami' medallion, the saucer with figures before a church and with a boat within concentric iron-red lines, the border and underside of the saucer each with three sprays of indianische Blumen, gilt line rims (wear to gilt rims)
With Röbbig, Munich, according to the paper labels attached to the undersides.
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