A rare Meissen porcelain serving spoon from the dinner service for Count Sulkowski

A rare Meissen porcelain serving spoon from the dinner service for Count Sulkowski - image-1
A rare Meissen porcelain serving spoon from the dinner service for Count Sulkowski - image-2
A rare Meissen porcelain serving spoon from the dinner service for Count Sulkowski - image-1A rare Meissen porcelain serving spoon from the dinner service for Count Sulkowski - image-2

A rare Meissen porcelain serving spoon from the dinner service for Count Sulkowski

Sukowski-Ozier model. The upper and lower faces of the terminal painted with the crowned arms of alliance supported on a bracket by two lions. Painted throughout with indianische blumen and bundles of straw. Unmarked. Restored chips to the tip of the spoon bowl. L 30.7 cm.
1735 - 38, model by Johann Joachim Kaendler.

Literature

A set comprising a knife, fork and dinner spoon is housed in the Porzellansammlung Dresden under inventory no. PE 1390 a - c.

Lot 650 Dα

Estimate:
4.000 € - 6.000 €

Result:
9.375 €