London, South Kensington
12 June 2003
THE PROPERTY OF THE CROOME ESTATE TRUST
A pair of Meissen jars and covers
Circa 1745, traces of blue crossed swords marks and Pressnummer 21 to both
Of quatrefoil section, each painted with scattered ombrierte insects and flower-sprays surrounding three large specimen ombrierte Holzschnitt Blumen including a puce rose, two yellow daffodils and a bouquet of puce primroses, the primroses with a dragonfly perched on one of the flowers, the domed covers similarly decorated within brown line rims, the covers with handles formed as flowering green branches with flower and foliage terminals.
17¾ in. (19.8 cm.) high (2)
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