An early Meissen porcelain teapot with pastoral landscapes

An early Meissen porcelain teapot with pastoral landscapes

Rounded form with gilt spout and handle issuing from mascarons. With depictions of ruins and shepherds in landscapes within gilt surrounds reserved on a sea green ground. Blue crossed swords mark with slightly pronounced pommels, the basal ring incised /. Minor retouches to the gilt rim. H with lid 13 cm.
Around 1730 – 35.

Literature

Cf. this form in cat.: Early Meissen Porcelain, The Wark Collection from the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, no. 385. Cf. a slop bowl with similar décor in: Rückert, Catalogue of The Hans Syz Collection, Meissen Porcelain and Hausmalerei, Washington D. C. 1979, cat. no. 183.

Lot 892 Dα

Estimate:
6.000 € - 6.500 €

Result:
7.500 €