Meissen sand spreader with "Korean Lion" decoration.

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Meissen sand spreader with "Korean Lion" decoration.

In the Kakemono style, a finely reliefed and ornamented silver mount. The barrel-shaped corpus, resembling a barrel, is surrounded by horizontal ring profiles. The side handles are ear-shaped and curved. The lid, lightly conically rising, is adorned with a bud-shaped knob. On the wall, there is a so-called Korean lion, not far from a flying heron, surrounded by arrangements of peony branches, grasses, ferns, as well as mayflies and butterflies. Polychrome painting in the Kakemono style in iron red, enamel blue, sea and moss green, brown, yellow, and a little purple. Subsequent mounting, marked 925, France. Sword mark. Height 11 cm. A silver-mounted barrel-shaped Kakemono-style porcelain sand spreader, finely painted with the "Korean Lion" decor, surrounded by a heron and arrangements of peonies. Silver mount added later. Crossed swords mark. Meissen. Around 1735.

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28 Mar 2024

722 600,00

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CountryGermany

Year1735

By the manufacturer Meissen

Type Tableware

Lot location Moscow ( 77 )

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