5 May 2004
(2) A Meissen porcelain 'Kakiemon' quatrefoil teacaddy and cover
CIRCA 1735, MARKED WITH FAINT BLUE CROSSED SWORDS AND DREHER'S MARK FOR SCHIEFFER
Painted with branches of blossoming chrysanthemum branches and a bird, with terraced shoulders, the quatrefoil cover en suite with brown line rim
12 cm. high
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Cf. U. Pietsch, Meissener Porzellan mit Kakiemon-Dekor und moderne bildende Kunst, in: Frühes Meissener Porzellan, Munich, 1997, p. 153, ill. 115.
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