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The chinoiserie scene after an engraving by Pieter Schenk Junior (1698–1775)
decorated in the manner of Adam Friedrich von Löwenfinck
Meissen. c. 1735
Underglaze blue crossed swords mark
Diameter 23.6 cm
The artist copied the figural group from a engraving by Petrus Schenk Junior (1698-1775) from the series “Nieuwe geinventeerde Sineesen…”, Amsterdam c. 1720. This series was in the manufactory’s inventory of patterns at a very early stage, as other motifs from it have also been confirmed on various items of porcelain dating from the 1730s.
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