Magnificent Meissen coffee pot with painting by

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Magnificent Meissen coffee pot with painting by

Johann Georg Heintz Birnformiger Korpus. The J-shaped curved handle and beak spout with relief sculpted shell and rocaille work, as well as rib and palmette relief. Hood-shaped lid with partially gilded pinecone finial. On both sides of the wall, between large, shaded woodcut flowers, four-pass reserves framed by brown contoured gold vine and lattice ornamentation. Within are imposing rocky and tree-filled landscapes, with hinted architecture in the background. Corresponding landscape decor with gold lace border on the lid. Fine polychrome painting by Johann Georg Heintz (active 1720-1748) or J. G. Klinger (attributed). Gold No. 14. Press No. 11. Minor restoration; sword mark. Height 22 cm. Comparable painting attributed to J. G. Heintz on a cup with a dated saucer from the collection of Sir Augustus Wollaston Franks in the British Museum in London (Museum no. Franks. 93). See Rücket, Cat. Bayer. National Museum, No. 215; Pazauerk, Meissner Porcelain Painting, Fig. 18f.; Wark Collection, No. 470f. A splendid porcelain coffee jug finely painted with landscapes and "woodcut flowers" by J. G. Heintz and J. G. Klinger (attributed). Minor restored. Crossed swords mark. Meissen. Circa 1740-1745.

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21 Apr 2024

939 400,00

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CountryGermany

Year1740-1745

By the manufacturer Meissen

Type Tableware

Lot location Moscow ( 77 )

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