Ice Cream Pail, Meissen ca. 1730; mounts ca. 1780-90. Towards the end of the 18th century, the jars were fitted with gilt-bronze mounts which necessitated removing the porcelain handles, thus altering their appearance and function.
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Cybele enthroned, with lion, cornucopia and Mural crown. Roman marble.
Meissen, c. 1730 Porcelain Vase | H: 23.5 cm; Diam. at rim: 17.6 cm
A pair of Barr Flight and Barr Worcester porcelain fruit coolers, liners and covers circa 1807-1813 Each surmounted by an artichoke finial, above an everted rim and waisted body with applied pearl ornament, flanked by entwined handles, on square plinth base
A MEISSEN MILK JUG AND COVER, CIRCA 1740 of pear shape affixed with a scroll spout and wishbone handle, painted with a continuous scene of European figures in a landscape, over concentric iron-red circles, gilt scroll border at the rim, the cover surmounted with a flower finial, crossed swords mark in underglaze-blue, gilt 52.L. to both,
Meissen: Trembleuse Blumen Alte Manier, Deckeltasse, Schokoladentasse, Tasse, Cup, lid, chocolate cup and saucer, qntique flowers, copper clours, baroque, rococo
Photo of Pair German Dresden Porcelain Pink Angel Vases Urns
Meissen Porcelain Manufactory (Germany) — Cup & Saucer (1200x863)
Meissen porcelain pot, circa 1730 Large Meissen porcelain pot with lid, decorated with 'indianische Blumen' and insects. The handles mounted busts of women Probably model of Johann Christoph Ludwig von Lücke