Rare, early Meissen Sake bottle with chrysanthemums

Meissen


Редкая ранняя фарфоровая сакэ бутылка в стиле КакэмоноРедкая ранняя фарфоровая сакэ бутылка в стиле Какэмоно
Редкая ранняя фарфоровая сакэ бутылка в стиле Какэмоно

And Prunus decoration in the Kakemono style. Bulbous, square-shaped body transitioning into a narrow neck. On the four sides of the body, alternating decoration of blooming chrysanthemums and Prunus trees. The neck adorned with ornaments of stylized flowers and leaves, bordered above by a double iron-red ring. Polychrome, gold-enhanced painting in the color palette of the Japanese Kakemono style, in iron-red, sea green, enamel blue, and purple. Unglazed base with label trace from the art dealership "G. Röbbig No. (...)(Munich). Restored neck. Sword mark in underglaze blue on the lower side. Height: 21.5 cm. Based on Japanese models from the Edo period. A Meissen sake bottle identical in form and decoration to the one with inventory number "N=302-w" from the Japanese Palace, which is located in the porcelain collection of the Dresden Zwinger (SKD, inventory number PE 5021). The inventory of the Japanese Palace lists under number 302 "Nine pieces of different pedestal bottles, painted with colorful flowers and ornaments (...)" (see Claus Boltz, Keramos 153/1996, p. 33). See Eikelmann/Weber, Meissen Porcelain after East Asian Models, catalog 110ff. Provenance: Art dealership Röbbig, Munich. A rare early Kakemono style porcelain sake bottle with chrysanthemum and Prunus decoration. Restored neck. Crossed swords mark in underglaze blue. Meissen, around 1730.

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16 Feb 2024

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CountryGermany

Year1730

By the manufacturer Meissen

Type Tableware

Lot location Moscow ( 77 )

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