A pair of rare Chinese Kangxi emperor style Meissen saucers. This is the only opportunity to have pair of these plates. (They haven been sold only per piece before arround 1200 pound)
Decorated in underglaze-blue after the Chinese example with two anglers holding a fishing rod and a bamboo basket for fish, pine trees growing from the rocky side, a small stylised sun and birds in the sky, all within a basket weave border, crossed swords mark and designer "Y" in underglaze-blue.
The same saucer you can find at Hans Syz (1894-1991) Collection of Meissen Porcelain
Also You can find same plate in National Museum of American History, ID NUMBER: 1984.1140.30ab
A cup and saucer was sold at Christie's London, 30 November 1987, lot 95, and at Koller Auktionen, Zurich, 15 September 2009, lot 1602. At Bonhams London, a similar saucer was sold from the Hoffmeister collection on Nov. 25, 2009, lot 28.
Diameter: 10,3 cm
Height: 2 cm
Totaal weight: 112 g
LEFT: 1 very small chip. The rest is in very good condition. NO any , hairline or crack. Decoration is in very good condition.
RIGHT: A few minuscule chips at the rim. The rest is in good condition. Decoration is in very good condition.
NO any crack or hairline.
- Manufacturer/ Brand
- Very rare pair of Meissen plates
- Estimated Period
- Ca. 1740
- Country of Origin
- Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
- 2×10.3×10.3 cm
- 112 g