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Sale IT203 Lot 2001

TWO MEISSEN PORCELAIN LARGE SCHNEEBALLEN FLOWER-ENCRUSTED VASES AND COVERS mid-and-late 19th Century, blue crossed swords marks, incised model nos. 2766, one with incision below, this example likely outside-decorated and impressed 74, the other incised 44, each of pear-shape, the domed cover applied with a songbird perched on a vine branch, the mayflower blossom-encrusted form applied over all with spreading leafy vines, one shoulder with a large perching cockatoo, the other shoulder with a smaller parrot, the domed foot with a small yellow nesting bunting, h: 21.5 in. (the taller) (2)

Provenance: Property of a Washington, D.C. Estate

Literature: Christie’s, New York 12 April, 2017, lot 180.
Estimate $12,000-18,000

Sold for $22,500.00

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