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Meissen Porcelain 1775 (Erdinç Bakla archive)

A pair of Kändler period figurines probably by Johann Joachim Kändler and Peter Reinicke, The porcelain: Meissen, date circa 1743-50. The gilt bronze mounts: Paris, date circa 1775. DETAIL

A pair of Kändler period figurines probably by Johann Joachim Kändler and Peter Reinicke, The porcelain: Meissen, date circa 1743-50. The gilt bronze mounts: Paris, date circa 1775.

Johann Gregorius Höroldt, painter German, 1696 - 1775 Meissen Porcelain Manufactory German, 1710-present Teapot, ca. 1725 Porcelain with enamels, glaze, and gilding

Wine Pot; Studio of Johann Gregor Höroldt (German, 1696 - 1775), Meissen Porcelain Manufactory (German, active 1710 - present); Meissen, Germany; about 1725; Hard-paste porcelain, polychrome enamel decoration, and gilding; 14 × 17 × 8.9 cm (5 1/2 × 6 11/16 × 3 1/2 in.); 85.DE.381; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California

A terrine with cover painted by Johann Herold aka Höroldt Meissen Porcelain Manufactory, circa 1725 Porcelain with a medallion and six cartouches in red, gold and lustre with chinoiserie figures painted in a very fine way. Crossed swords mark in blue. A lucky chance brought Johann Gregorius Höroldt aka Herold (1696-1775) to the newly formed Meissen porcelain manufactory in 1720, where he stayed for more than fifty years and became a dominant figure in the painting workshop

Tea Caddy Johann Gregorius Höroldt, painter German, 1696 - 1775 Meissen Porcelain Manufactory German, 1710-present Tea Caddy, ca. 1725 Porcelain with enamels, glaze, and gilding 10 x 7.6 cm (3 7/8 x 3 inches) Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund J. Katz // - Maria Elena Garcia - ► www.pinterest.com/megardel/ ◀︎