A Berlin KPM porcelain plate with a view of the great hall in Antonin Jagdschloss

A Berlin KPM porcelain plate with a view of the great hall in Antonin Jagdschloss

Model no. 1054. The well decorated with a scene of the column-shaped fireplace. The border with tendrils on green ground. Blue sceptre mark, brown imperial eagle mark, green circle, impressed 18, incised III. D 24.5 cm.
Circa 1823.

Antonin Palace is located nearby what is now Przygodzice in the voivodeship of Greater Poland. It was the hunting lodge of the Radziwill family and was constructed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel in the years 1822 - 1824. As this plate illustrates, the palace's architecture was highly unusual, being designed on an octagonal ground plan with three stories centered around the monumental tiled oven in the middle.

Provenance

Purchased in 2007.

Lot 120 Dα

Estimate:
4.000 € - 6.000 €

Result:
5.750 €