Three items from a Vienna porcelain service in the Egyptian taste

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Three items from a Vienna porcelain service in the Egyptian taste

Comprising a round tray, a coffee pot in the form of a canopic jar with lotus flower finial, and oval sugar box with crocodile finial. Richly gilt and with Egyptian emblems and figures on matte ground. The coffee pot and box with blue "bindenschild" mark, year stamp 806, dreher's mark O. The tray stamped 804, impressed 6, dreher's mark W. The tray with a restored rim chip, the handle of the pot reattached. H coffee pot 21.2, D tray 34.6 cm.
Vienna, Imperial porcelain manufactory under Matthias Niedermayer, the tray fired under Sorgenthal, painted around / after 1806.

Literature

Parts of a service in this design housed in the former Twinight Collection, sold in Lempertz Berlin auction 1125 on 7th November 2018, lots 24 ff.
A déjeuner with the same decor in: Sturm-Bednarczyk/Jobst, Wiener Porzellan des Klassizismus Die Ära Conrad von Sorgenthal 1784 - 1805, Vienna 2000, p. 41.

Lot 760 Dα

Estimate:
6.000 € - 8.000 €

Result:
5.952 €