Three Meissen porcelain teabowls with "goldchinesen"

Three Meissen porcelain teabowls with "goldchinesen"

Of conical section with slightly flared rim. Three original saucers. All pieces finely decorated with gilt Chinoiserie scenes, the backs of the teabowls with birds on branches, the inner rims with broad gilt borders and gilt lace. Lustre marks, dreher's and mass marks /. H teabowls 4.4, D saucer D 13 cm.
Ca. 1720, decor attributed to Abraham Seuter, Augsburg, 1726 - 30, after Chinoiserie motifs by Johann Gregorius Hoeroldt.

Provenance

Formerly collection of the Margraves and Grand Dukes of Baden, sold by Sotheby´s Baden-Baden, October 1995, lot 1301.
Westphalian Collection.

Literature

One saucer in: Ducret, Meißner Porzellan bemalt in Augsburg, 1718 bis um 1750, Band I, Braunschweig 1971, illus. 116, with the design in the Schulz-Codex.

Lot 1453 Dα

Estimate:
6.000 € - 8.000 €

Result:
7.440 €