Meissen

  - Cylindrical tankard with lozenge-pattern relief decoration

Cylindrical tankard with lozenge-pattern relief decoration


Contemporary silver-gilt mounts, finial added later
Böttger stoneware, polished, Meissen, c. 1710–1715
H. 21 cm (8¼ in.)

  - Cylindrical Tankard with Incised Coat of Arms

Cylindrical Tankard with Incised Coat of Arms

Cylindrical tankard, polished, with an incised coat of arms
Böttger stoneware, Meissen, c. 1710–1715
Contemporary silver-gilt mount, Nuremberg hallmark, master craftsman’s mark “HN” (see Rosenberg 1922–1928, vol. 3, no. 4289) and an as yet unidentified coat of arms

H. 22.5 cm (8⅞ in.)

  - Baluster-shaped covered jar

Baluster-shaped covered jar

Böttger stoneware, Meissen, 1710–1715
Model by Johann Jacob Irminger (presumably Zurich 1635–1724 Grimma)
Silver-gilt mounts

H. 13.8 cm (5⅜ in.)

  - A pair of Meissen covered goblets

A pair of Meissen covered goblets

Böttger porcelain
Model, 1714-1719 by Johann Jakob Irminger
Decoration, c. 1724 by Johann Ehrenfried Stadler

No marks
H. 21 cm (8¼ in.)

  - A cup and saucer

A cup and saucer

Böttger porcelain, Meissen,c.1717–1719
Painted decoration by the Dresden goldsmith George Funcke (master in 1692, in the Meissen records until 1727)

Cup: H. 4.5 cm (1¾ in.), Ø 7.8 cm (3⅛ in.); saucer: Ø 12.1 cm (4¾ in.)

  - Bowl and saucer

Bowl and saucer


Böttger porcelain, Meissen, c. 1717–1719
Painted decoration by the Dresden goldsmith Johann George Funcke

H. 4.9 cm (bowl, 4⅞ in.), Ø 13.4 cm (saucer, 5¼ in.)

  - Drinking bowl and saucer

Drinking bowl and saucer

Drinking bowl and saucer
Böttger porcelain, Meissen, before 1720

Decorated with monochrome chinoiserie scenes in iron-red by Ignaz Preissler (Friedrichswalde 1676–1741 Kronstadt), c. 1725
H. (bowl) 4.8 cm (1⅞ in.), Ø (saucer) 11.5 cm (4½ in.)

  - A round plate decorated with polychrome chinoiserie scenes

A round plate decorated with polychrome chinoiserie scenes

Painted by Johann Christoph Horn (1692-1760)
Meissen, c. 1725

Crossed swords mark in underglaze blue and painter’s monogram “JCHO” (interlaced) in iron-red
D. 22.2 cm

  - Plate with chinoiserie scene after an engraving by Pieter Schenk Junior (1698–1775)

Plate with chinoiserie scene after an engraving by Pieter Schenk Junior (1698–1775)


Meissen, c. 1735

Former’s mark for Gottfried Seydel (1711-1764) and incised “w.4.”
Ø 21.5 cm (8½ in.)

  - Coffee Pot

Coffee Pot

Böttger porcelain, Meissen, ca. 1723
Decorated with coloured landscapes by Johann George Heintze

No mark
Fire-gilded silver mount, Augsburg hallmark and marker’s mark “EA” for Elias Adam
H. 20 cm

  - A small milkpot with cover

Johann Gregorius Höroldt (1706-1775)

A small milkpot with cover

Painted with polychrome chinoiseries by Johann Gregorius Höroldt
Meissen, circa 1723

Blue swords mark on glaze
H. 12,5 cm.

  - An Augustus Rex vase with floral emblems of the seasons

An Augustus Rex vase with floral emblems of the seasons

Meissen, c. 1725–28

“AR” monogram in underglaze blue
H. 29.5 cm (115/8 in.)

  - Bouillon pot and stand

Philipp Ernst Schindler the Elder (1694–1765)

Bouillon pot and stand

Meissen, c. 1725/26

No mark; gilder’s number “12.”
Pot: H. 10.2 cm (4 in.)
Stand: D. 16 cm (6¼ in.)

  - Ecuelle and stand

Johann Gregorius Höroldt (1696-1775)

Ecuelle and stand

Meissen, c. 1726

Covered bowl:
Crossed swords in underglaze blue
H. 14 cm (5½ in.), D. 18.2 cm (7⅛ in.)

Stand:
Crossed swords in underglaze blue with dot pommel
D. 27.5 cm (10⅞ in.)

  - A rare green ground Coffee and Tea Service in a Travelling Case

A rare green ground Coffee and Tea Service in a Travelling Case

Manufacture and decoration Meissen, ca. 1737

Crossed swords mark in underglaze blue, caduceus
Silver-gilt mount by Elias Adam, Augsburg, 1737–39

  - A set of four rare candlesticks

A set of four rare candlesticks

Modelled by Johann Joachim Kaendler
Meissen, ca. 1737

Crossed swords mark in underglaze blue
Height 36 cm

Gottlieb Kirchner - St. John Nepomucene (St. John of Nepomuk)

Gottlieb Kirchner (Merseburg 1706 - Dresden 1768)

St. John Nepomucene (St. John of Nepomuk)


Model by Gottlieb Kirchner, 1731

Blue crossed-swords mark on the unglazed plinth
H. 54 cm

  - Pair of Table Candlesticks for the “Gotzkowskys erhabene Blumen” Service

Pair of Table Candlesticks for the “Gotzkowskys erhabene Blumen” Service

Model by Johann Friedrich Eberlein, 1744
Manufacture and decoration, Meissen, ca. 1750

Crossed swords mark, impressed numbers “46”
H. 29 cm, D. 16.5 cm

  - A garniture of five vases
Probably painted by Adam Friedrich von Löwenfinck (Biala 1714–1754 Haguenau)

A garniture of five vases Probably painted by Adam Friedrich von Löwenfinck (Biala 1714–1754 Haguenau)

Meissen, c. 1735

“AR” monograms in underglaze blue
H. 42 cm (16½ in.); 35.5 cm (14 in.); 51.5 cm (20¼ in.); 36 cm (14⅛ in.); 42.5 cm (16¾ in.)

  - Set of three important AR vases
Once owned by the Marquise de Parabère (1693-1750), mistress of Philippe II, Duc d'Orléans

Set of three important AR vases Once owned by the Marquise de Parabère (1693-1750), mistress of Philippe II, Duc d'Orléans


Meissen, 1733/34

AR monograms in underglaze blue
Height 55 cm and 46.5 cm

  - Pair of Augustus Rex vases with Celadon Ground and Battle Scenes

Pair of Augustus Rex vases with Celadon Ground and Battle Scenes

Decoration by Adam Friedrich Löwenfinck (1714-1754)
Meissen, c. 1735
AR monogram in underglaze blue, thrower’s sign x for Johann Daniel Rehschuh

H. 28 cm

  - An AR-monogram beaker vase

An AR-monogram beaker vase

Meissen, c. 1730
"AR"- monogram in underglaze blue
H. 29 cm

  - Covered vase

Covered vase


Meissen, c. 1733
Painted decoration presumably by Adam Friedrich von Löwenfinck (1714–1754)

Crossed swords mark in underglaze blue; former’s mark: cross with four dots for Andreas Schiefer (1690–1761). On the inside of the cover and on the underside of the vase: “N 91” in black paint (not, however, a Japanese Palace inventory number)
h. 43 cm

Johann Joachim Kaendler - Pantaloon and Columbine

Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775)

Pantaloon and Columbine


Manufacture and decoration Meissen c. 1738
Crossed swords mark in cobalt blue on the unglazed underside

H. 17 cm (6¾ in.)

Johann Joachim Kaendler - The “Spanish Lovers”

Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775)

The “Spanish Lovers”

Model, c. 1740
Manufacture and decoration, Meissen c. 1740/41

Impressed number “45” (twice)
H. 18.7 cm (7⅜ in.)

Johann Joachim Kaendler - Shepherd and Shepherdess under a tree

Johann Joachim Kaendler ( 1706 - 1775)

Shepherd and Shepherdess under a tree


Model by Johann Joachim Kaendler,
probably ca. 1739-40
Manufacture and decoration Meissen,
ca. 1740-45
Cobalt-blue crossed swords mark
on the unglazed underside

H. 28.6 cm

Johann Joachim Kaendler - Lady of the order of the Puf and Gentleman of the order of Freemasons

Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775)

Lady of the order of the Puf and Gentleman of the order of Freemasons


1. Lady of the Order of the Pug
Model, June 1744 (form no. 549)
Manufacture and decoration with overglaze colours and gold, Meissen, c. 1745

Crossed swords mark in underglaze blue on the inside of the pedestal
H. 29 cm

2. Gentleman of the Order of Freemasons
Model, September 1743 (form no. 334)
Manufacture and decoration Meissen, c. 1745

Crossed swords mark in cobalt blue on the unglazed underside
H. 30.5 cm

  - A group of figures of a Japanese couple

A group of figures of a Japanese couple


Meissen, model presumably by Friedrich Elias Meyer c. 1760
Manufacture and decoration c. 1767

H. 22 cm (8⅔ in.); no mark

Johann Joachim Kaendler - A pair of tea pots in the shape of squirrels

Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775)

A pair of tea pots in the shape of squirrels


Model by Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706‒1775), Meissen 1735
Crossed swords mark in cobalt blue with dot pommel on the unglazed underside

H. 13.3 cm or 14.2 cm respectively

Johann Joachim Kaendler - A pair of a lion and a lioness

Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775)

A pair of a lion and a lioness

Johann Joachim Kaendler - Pair of monkeys

Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775)

Pair of monkeys

Meissen, c. 1750

Crossed swords mark in underglaze blue on bases at the back
H. 18 cm

  - Covered Baluster Vase
Thrown by Johann Christoph Pietzsch sen.
Decorated in enamel colours and gold by Johann George Heintze, Meissen, 1736–38 
Thrower’s sign “X,” glazed

Covered Baluster Vase Thrown by Johann Christoph Pietzsch sen. Decorated in enamel colours and gold by Johann George Heintze, Meissen, 1736–38 Thrower’s sign “X,” glazed

H. 39.4 cm, D. 20 cm

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