A Berlin KPM porcelain service with landscapes in puce camaieu

A Berlin KPM porcelain service with landscapes in puce camaieu

Model no. 631, "Englischglatt". Comprising a large oval tureen and cover with an artichoke finial, an oval platter with handles (W 49 cm), two oval platters (W 38.5 x 43 cm), two round platters (D 39.8 cm), a round platter (D 35.5 cm), a round bowl (H 6, D 24.5 cm), two leaf bowls, two sauce boats, a lobed oval dish, two oval salts, eight soup bowls, six dinner plates, and six dessert plates with pierced borders. Blue sceptre mark, impressed nos. One of the round plates (D 39.8cm), a soup bowl and two dinner plates restored. H tureen 27, W 37 cm.
Ca. 1775 - 80, decor attributed to the painter Carl Wilhelm Böhme.

Carl Wilhelm Böhme (Großpörthen 1719 oder 1720 - 1789 Berlin) began his apprenticeship at Meissen in January 1736. Within just a few years he advanced to become one of the best painters of Watteau scenes in the manufactory. He left Meissen in 1762 following disputes over pay and moved to Berlin, where soon found a position as vice chief of painters in the new Royal Manufactory. He was to specialise in marine scenes and landscapes with figures. He became Prussian court painter in 1764.


A similar coffee service with identical decor attributed to Böhme in cat.: Berliner Porzellan, Münster 2006, no. 88, p. 110 f.

Lot 98 Dα

18.000 € - 20.000 €