A Berlin KPM porcelain plate with a view of Erfurt cathedral

A Berlin KPM porcelain plate with a view of Erfurt cathedral

Antikglatt model with beaded rim. The well finely painted with a panorama showing the choir of Erfurt cathedral, the church of Saint Severus, and the Erthal obelisk in the right foreground. Blue sceptre mark, red imperial orb mark, + in black, pressnummer 32, incised III. With a restored rim chip. D 24.5 cm.
1832 - 37.

Literature

Three additional plates from the service with views of Thuringia in the Twinight Collection (cat. Raffinesse & Eleganz, Munich 2007, no. 107). Eva Wollschläger has suggested an attribution to the manufactory painter August Wilhelm Ferdinand Schirmer, who travelled through Thuringia and the Harz in 1823. His topographical drawings were among the most widely used designs in the painter's studio until 1840 (ibid. p. 338).

Lot 286 Dα

Estimate:
800 € - 1.000 €

Result:
938 €