31 March 2008
SIX MEISSEN YELLOW-GROUND TEACUPS AND FIVE SAUCERS
CIRCA 1740, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARKS, PAINTER'S L IN PURPLE AND VARIOUS PRESSNUMMER
Painted with Holzschnitt Blumen and insects in the manner of J.G. Klinger, including cornflower, narcissus, tulip, forget-me-not and peony, the teacups reserved with shaped brown-line quatrefoil panels and with wishbone handles enriched with gilding, brown line rims (one cup with crack to base of handle, one saucer with restored rim chip)
Karl Keller Collection (according to the printed collection labels attached to some pieces).
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