3 pieces of very fine, museum-like ‘tableware dining plates, Meissen porcelain from the Neu-Brandenstein cutlery set, 1st choice quality
Sword marking under the glaze (crossed swords, period: 1756 to 1773, decor: German flowers).
All 3 porcelains are minimally damaged at the edge of the plate (chip)
The Brandenstein relief was designed in 1741 by Johann Joachim Kändler and Johann Friedrich Eberlein, for table service made of Meissen porcelain, which was ordered by the highly esteemed chamberlain and Saxon chief chef Friedrich August von Brandenstein, at the Saxon Court, August the Strong.
The dining plates are 1st choice quality and were made around 1758, the ornate flower painting is without flaws.
Antique very early Meissen porcelain from the 18th century, is now
very difficult to find on the art market.
- N.º de artículos
- New Brandenstein, Plato
- Model / Naam
- Periodo estimado
- siglo XVIII
- País de origen
- Buen estado - usado y con signos menores de los años
- 4×24×24 cm
- 1460 g