20 May 2014
A PAIR OF MEISSEN PORCELAIN TOPOGRAPHICAL OVAL PLATTERS FROM THE 'HOLLÄNDISCHEN' SERVICE
1772-1774, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS AND DOT MARKS, IMPRESSED DREHER'S < TO ONE, PAINTED J TO THE OTHER
Painted with named views of 'De Stad Montfoort, van de Willeskopper Poort te Zien' and 'De Staad Briele'
10¼ in. (26 cm.) long (2)
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The present dishes are from the 'Holländischen' or 'Statthalter' service, made for Statthalter Wilhelm V of Holland as a gift from the Dutch East India Company circa 1772-1774.
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