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Meissen, c. 1748-50
Ormolu mounts, France, Louis XV period, c. 1750
H. 17.5 cm (6⅞ in.) and 18.5 cm (7¼ in.),
l. 25.8 cm (10⅛ in.) and 23.5 cm (9¼ in.)
REF No. 0300
Gottlieb Kirchner (Merseburg 1706 - Dresden 1768) St. John Nepomucene (St. John of Nepomuk)
Plate with iron-red medallion, gold lace-work borders and chinoiserie scenes (so-called 'salami plate')
Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775) Twelve figures from the Commedia dell´Arte series for Johann Adolf II. Duke of Saxe-Weissenfels (1685-1746)
Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775) A pair of partridges
A bowl with rice-straw hedge and bird decoration
Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775) A gilt-bronze pendulum clock with two Meissen parrots. Porcelain, models by Johann Joachim Kaendler, prior to 1740 and 1741. Manufacture and decoration, Meissen, c. 1742-45. Clock case, France, Louis XV period, c. 1750. Dial and movement signed 'Bellard Amarseille'