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A Meissen Porcelain Plate with Moulded Border c1870

Heading :  A Meissen porcelain plate
Date : Circa 1870
Period Wilhelm1: 
Marks :Underglaze blue crossed swords with pommels
Origin :Meissen, Saxony, Germany
Colour :Polychrome
Pattern : Deutsche Blumen with central Lily of the Valley and Tulip bouquet encircled by sprigs in panels and random insects
Features : Finely moulded  vignettes and scroll work, gilt rim
Condition :Good
Restoration :None
Dimensions : Diameter 25cm
Weight : 609 grams

Eric Knowles Comments:

The underglaze blue crossed swords featuring pommels was used from 1850 into the early years of the 20th century despite the fine and detailed moulding on this plate upon initial inspection being indicative of 18th century manufacture

The inclusion of Lily of the Valley as a motif was popular both on ceramics and glass from about 1860 to 1890 however Meissen are known to have featured the flower on plates as early as 1817. This is a stunning plate.

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  • Product Code: 20091619
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  • £250.00


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