8 July 2002
A Meissen kakiemon circular bowl, cover and a stand
Circa 1735, blue crossed swords marks, K.H.C. in purple to bowl, K. in brown and Dreher's .. to stand
Painted with the gelber Löwe pattern with a snarling tiger about flowering bamboo, flowering prunus branches issuing from a knarled tree-trunk and with scattered indianische Blumen, the stand and cover with brown line rims and the cover with green and yellow artichoke finial (very slight scratching to stand)
9 5/8 in. (24.5 cm.) diam. (2)
Anon., sale Galerie Jürg Stuker, April 1972, lot 180A
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For a similar stand see Ulrich Pietsch, Meissener Porzellan und seine Ostasiatischen Vorbilder (Leipzig, 1996), p. 83, no. 23.
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