Very fine, museum-like dining plate, Meissen porcelain from the Neu-Brandenstein tableware set, 1st quality.
Sword marking under the glaze (crossed swords, period: 1756 to 1773, decor: German flowers).
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 plate is 1st quality and was made in ca. 1758.
The porcelain and the ornate flower painting are flawless.
The brown plate border is minimally worn.
Antique very early Meissen porcelain from the 18th century in this exceptional condition is currently
very difficult to find on the art market.
- Assiette, Nouveau Brandenstein
- Période estimée
- XVIIIe siècle
- Pays d’origine
- Excellent état, à peine utilisé avec des signes minimes d'usure
- 4×23×23 cm
- 450 g