A Berlin KPM porcelain cup with a labelled view "Lager bei Teltow, 1827"

A Berlin KPM porcelain cup with a labelled view "Lager bei Teltow, 1827"

Bell-shaped cup with original saucer. Decorated with a view of the military encampment at Teltov and a coat-of-arms to the saucer. Blue sceptre mark, impressed no. 10.
Circa 1827, decorated by a "hausmaler".

The "Allgemeine Zeitung München" described the military encampment in issue 1027 in 1827: “On 6th September, official briefings from Berlin recorded: “On the 25th of last month, 24 lines and landwehr battalions of his royal highness Prince William, son of his majesty, ordered the third army corps to carry out their autumn manoeuvres in the encampment at Teltow. On the 31st, 7 lines and landwehr cavalry regiments of this corps, as well as the foot artillery of the third artillery brigade entered the encampment. His majesty the King was present at the encampment on these days during the entry before the exercises and was able to observe the entry of the cavalry. On the 2nd of this month, his majesty the King also attended a church service at the encampment with the Princes and Princesses of the royal house.”

Provenance

Sotheby´s London, 9th July 1997, lot 115.

Lot 147 Dα

Estimate:
1.000 € - 1.500 €