A large Berlin KPM porcelain mantle clock.

A large Berlin KPM porcelain mantle clock.

Fired in one piece with grand feu decor and partially relief gilding; the bell-striking pendulum movement of brass; chased gilt hands; original domed glazing. Olive green porcelain dial in a rounded case flanked by two allegorical figures, presumably representing Bellum and Victoria. The stepped base with relief putti and foliate decor. Painted in the soft colours typical of this era. Blue sceptre mark, red imperial orb mark, model no. 6278, stamped iron cross mark, year letter P, painter's mark, signed Lenzkirch 887479 to the plate. H 41, W 95, D 17 cm.
Formed in 1915 after a model by Hans Latt made in December 1899.

Latt designed a pair of corresponding figural candelabra in February and March of 1900.


The model listed in: v. Treskow, Die Jugendstil-Porzellane, Munich 1971, no. 6278.

Lot 269 Dα

10.000 € - 12.000 €

23.560 €