A Berlin KPM porcelain dinner service for six persons

A Berlin KPM porcelain dinner service for six persons

Model no. 10062. Comprising:
A large oval platter, W 46.4 cm, year letter W for 1922.
A small oval dish, W 25.3 cm, year letter T for 1919.
A square dish, H 9.6, D 28.3 cm, year letter U for 1920.
A dish and cover, H 11.8, W 26.3 cm, year letter U for 1920.
A sauce boat and cover, H 13.5, L ca. 23 cm, year letter W for 1922.
Six dinner plates, D 25.4 cm, five with year letter U for 1920 and painter's mark AS, one with year letter O and the iron cross for 1914.
Six soup bowls, D 25.7 cm, year letter T for 1919 and six dessert plates, D 21.8 cm, year letter V for 1921. Blue sceptre mark, red imperial orb mark, green TSB signet, year letters, decor no. 16/31.
1912 - 22, model by Theodor Schmuz-Baudiss, April 1912.

According to KPM's price lists from around 1914, the VIII part of which contains only items from the Ceres service, the design was produced in three colour variations: One with gold wheat sheaf borders and over glaze colours, one without wheat sheaf borders in gold and over glaze colours, and one without wheat sheaf borders in underglaze colours. This tells us that the manufactory offered the service with underglaze and over glaze decor. This new over glaze technique was borrowed from the Sèvres manufactory, who used grand feu decor for their "pâte dure nouvelle" items even prior to 1900.

Literature

This model in: von Treskow, Die Jugendstil-Porzellane der KPM, Munich 1971, p. 326.

Lot 387 Dα

Estimate:
12.000 € - 14.000 €

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