A Meissen dinner plate made for Frederick II.

A Meissen dinner plate made for Frederick II.

Of rounded, scalloped form with relief decor and two large painted tulips. Blue crossed swords mark. D 26.3 cm.
1761.

The motifs of the "preußisch-musikalische" (musical Prussian) relief decor - with attributes of science, the arts and the military - are specifically tailored to the interests of their patron Frederick II.

Literature

This service, which is now kept in the Berlin Porcelain Collection, illus. in: Wittwer in Keramos 208 / 2011, illus. 36.

Lot 687 Dα

Estimate:
1.600 € - 2.000 €

Result:
8.060 €