40 items of Berlin KPM porcelain from a dinner service for Friedrich Wilhelm III with subsequent orders

40 items of Berlin KPM porcelain from a dinner service for Friedrich Wilhelm III with subsequent orders

Model no. 1054, and 1113. Comprising a tureen with associated lid, a restored oval tureen with lid, two sauciers, three octagonal dishes of varying size, a saucer, three round platters of varying size, one shallow and one deep side dish, two oval platters of varying size, three soup bowls, and 22 dinner plates. Blue sceptre mark, several pieces with additional circle mark or KPM, brown eagle mark, red imperial orb mark, painters and impressed marks, several items with conjoined WR owner's monogram beneath a crown and the date. H saucière 18, W largest oval platter 46 cm.
Circa 1810 - 1898.

Provenance

From the estate of the descendants of the Royal Prussian court supplier Moritz, whose mausoleum is located at the Garnisonskirche in Potsdam.
According to family tradition, the service was a gift from the last emperor.

Literature

A dessert plate from this service in cat.: Berliner Porzellan, Münster 2006, no. 166.

Lot 247 Dα

Estimate:
6.000 € - 8.000 €

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