A Dresden yellow ground tea set
Lot 482
A Meissen part coffee service Circa 1745-50
Sold for £1,875 (US$ 3,151) inc. premium
Lot Details
A Meissen part coffee service
Circa 1745-50
Each piece decorated to either side with cartouche shaped panels painted with sprays of mixed flowers on a white ground, with yellow ground body, the interior of each cup painted with further floral decoration, the saucers painted with floral sprays on a white ground, with yellow ground to the reverse, comprising nine cups, seven 7.5cm diameter, and two 8cm diameter, twelve saucers, five 13cm diameter, and six 12cm diameter, a sugar basin and cover, 12cm diameter, 11.5cm high, a quatrofoil shaped dish, 18cm wide, and two jugs, the smaller with cover lacking, 14cm high, 10cm high, crossed swords marks and impressed numbers (25)
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