18th century Meissen porcelain dish. Circa... - Lot 74 - Coutau-Bégarie

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18th century Meissen porcelain dish. Circa... - Lot 74 - Coutau-Bégarie
18th century Meissen porcelain dish.
Circa 1725-30, blue mark with two crossed swords.
with polychrome and gold decoration, in the centre of a medallion with stylized flowers and radiant foliage known as "Salami", surrounded by a large frieze of gold and lustrous ironwork with circles and mantling, the wing with decoration of chinoiseries in Höroldt-style landscapes, in three glossy and gold-coloured rock gardens interspersed with arabesque friezes with fruit vases, the reverse side decorated with Indianische Blümen, small gashes at the heel, very small wears.
D. 30 cm.
Dishes meet much more rarely than plates. For another similar example, but with a less important glossy decoration, preserved in the collections of the Swinger in Dresden, see the exhibition catalogue by Ulrich Pietsch, Johann Gregorius Hörodlt 1696-1775, und die Meissener Porzellan-Malerei, Dresden, 4 August-30 October 1996, pp.178-179, and see the sale at Me Coutau-Bégarie, 24 May 2019, lot 239.
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