Meissen Hahnenkanne


Фарфоровый заварочный чайник в виде петуха

Fully plastic rooster with a curved neck and head with an open beak as a teapot. Relief and colorfully adorned plumage. Ring-shaped designed tail feather as a handle and neck attachment with opening as a spout. Centered, round lid with a plastic knob in the shape of a chick. Polychrome painting. Either by Johann Joachim Kaendler, around 1734. Restored; sword mark. Height 10.5 cm. The rooster model by Johann Joachim Kaendler was modeled as a so-called trompe-l'oeil, an optical illusion. Such animal vessels served as original table decorations that contributed to a surprise effect in their presentation. See catalog Cabinet Pieces, Meissen porcelain birds, p. 200 f; Rückert, Bayer. National Museum, No. 1126, Albiker, No. 253. A porcelain teapot modeled as a rooster by J. J. Kaendler. Restored. Crossed swords mark. Meissen. Around 1735-1740.

16 May 2024

867 100,00




By the manufacturer Meissen

Type Tableware

Lot location Moscow ( 77 )

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