An early Meissen porcelain slop bowl with Hoeroldt Chinoiseries

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An early Meissen porcelain slop bowl with Hoeroldt Chinoiseries

Decorated with finely painted figures in gilded purple lustre cartouches. The well with an identical cartouche surrounding a Chinoiserie figure with a fan and a bird in flight. The outer face adorned with large trailing Oriental style flowers and two exotic birds. Unmarked. A minor chip to the outer edge. H 8.5, D 16.4 cm.
Ca. 1730, the décor attributed to Johann Gregorius Hoeroldt.

Literature

These Chinoiserie motifs can be best compared with those decorating a tankard in the Kunstindustriemuseet Copenhagen (inv. no. B/33 1915, in cat. Exotische Welten. Der Schulz Codex und das frühe Meissener Porzellan, Leipzig-Munich 2010, no. 15 a).

Lot 1408 Dα

Estimate:
2.500 € - 3.000 €

Result:
15.000 €