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Meissen Tea Bowl and Saucer, Equestrian Scene, circa 1745 | From a unique collection of antique and modern porcelain at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-entertaining/porcelain/

Meissen Tea Bowl and Saucer, Equestrian Scene, circa 1745

Meissen Tea Bowl and Saucer, Equestrian Scene, circa 1745 | From a unique collection of antique and modern porcelain at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-entertaining/porcelain/

Meissen: Koppchen mit Dreiblütengirlande Chinesisch, Tasse Teetasse Orchidee cup

Meissen: Koppchen mit Dreiblütengirlande Chinesisch, Tasse Teetasse Orchidee cup

A Fürstenberg part-tea and coffee service, circa 1760-65 | Lot | Sotheby's

A Fürstenberg part-tea and coffee service, circa 1760-65 | Lot | Sotheby's

A Meissen octagonal beaker and saucer, circa 1740 Both painted with the Bienenmuster pattern of three insects around a spray of flowers tied with a yellow ribbon above a grassy vignette, brown-edged rims, crossed swords marks in underglaze-blue and blue, impressed numeral 23 to the saucer (very minor wear)

A Meissen octagonal beaker and saucer, circa 1740 Both painted with the Bienenmuster pattern of three insects around a spray of flowers tied with a yellow ribbon above a grassy vignette, brown-edged rims, crossed swords marks in underglaze-blue and blue, impressed numeral 23 to the saucer (very minor wear)

A Meissen purple-ground teabowl and saucer, circa 1735.Painted in Kakiemon style, the teabowl reserved with two shaped quatrelobe panels painted with two quail by a flowering prunus branch, and flowering peonies, respectively, the sides with indianische Blumen reserved against the purple ground, the saucer similarly decorated, the rims with a band of tight iron-red scrolling foliage divided by four gilt floral motifs

A Meissen purple-ground teabowl and saucer, circa 1735.Painted in Kakiemon style, the teabowl reserved with two shaped quatrelobe panels painted with two quail by a flowering prunus branch, and flowering peonies, respectively, the sides with indianische Blumen reserved against the purple ground, the saucer similarly decorated, the rims with a band of tight iron-red scrolling foliage divided by four gilt floral motifs

Tea Bowl and Saucer, c.1750    Tea Bowl and Saucer, c.1750  Hard paste porcelain, coloured enamels and gilt  German, Meissen  Mark: crossed swords  Tea Bowl: Height - 5 cm; Saucer: Diameter - 13.2 cm.

Tea Bowl and Saucer, c.1750 Tea Bowl and Saucer, c.1750 Hard paste porcelain, coloured enamels and gilt German, Meissen Mark: crossed swords Tea Bowl: Height - 5 cm; Saucer: Diameter - 13.2 cm.

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