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Sale IT203 Lot 2015

EARLY MEISSEN PORCELAIN KAKIEMON SMALL VASE AND A MEISSEN PORCELAIN HAUSMALEREI STROHBLUMENMUSTER SPILL VASE second quarter 18th Century, blue crossed swords marks with curved hilts to the first, of baluster form with flaring rim, finely painted in the Asian taste with peonies, chrysanthemums and scattered flowers above an iron-red line, the circular foot with similar blossoms, h: 5 in.; the spill vase, attributed to the workshop of F.J. Ferner, of squared waisted tapering form, decorated in underglaze blue with indianische Blumen enameled in iron-red and embellished gilt, incised model no. 595, h: 4 in. (2)

Provenance: Property of a Washington, D.C. Estate
Estimate $600-800

Sold for $300.00

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