31 March 2008
A WÜRZBURG TEACUP AND SAUCER
1775-80, IMPRESSED SEAL MARK, IMPRESSED W AND L MARKS
Painted with a traveller before turreted buildings in wooded landscapes above gilt scrolls, within ozier-moulded panelled borders and gilt line rims, the cup with a scroll handle (some wear to enamels and rubbing to gilt rims)
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For a similar teacup and saucer see Siegfried Ducret, Würzburger Porzellan (Brunswick, 1968), p. 51, pl. 8.
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