6 November 2008
A MEISSEN GOLDCHINESEN HEXAGONAL BALUSTER TEACADDY AND A COVER
CIRCA 1725, THE AUGSBURG DECORATION ALMOST CONTEMPORARY, LUSTRED NUMERALS TO BASE
Decorated in the Seuter workshop with vignettes of figures at various pursuits on scroll supports, alternating with panels of birds on berried branches, the cover gilt with flowers within a gilt border over underglaze blue decoration, slight rubbing
4 in. (10.2 cm.) high (2)
Mrs. J. Werner, Lugano, Switzerland.
Sold Christie's London, 3 December 1979, lot 186.
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A similar example was sold at Christie's London, the Ernesto Blohm Collection, 10 April 1989, lot 34.
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