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Meissen Hot Water Jug

Rare hot water jug by Meissen, decorated in the rich onion pattern, c1860-80.

Meissen Hot Water Jug

Period: 19th Century | Category: Ceramics
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Offered by: Serhat Ahmet

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Rörstrand Group of ‘The Masquerade’ by Vicken von Post-Börjesson, c.1910

A rare group of ‘The Masquerade’ by Vicken von Post-Börjesson of two young courtiers modelled in a kneeled embrace on a circular graduated base, she holding a mask. Subtly highlighted with gilt decoration throughout and expressive facial features.

Underglaze blue Rörstrand and three crowns mark to base, c.1910. Incised signature of modeller to back of base.

High 16.5 cm (6.5 inches), diameter of base 10.5 cm (4 inches).

Rörstrand Group of ‘The Masquerade’ by Vicken von Post-Börjesson, c.1910

Period: 1900s | Category: Ceramics
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Offered by: Serhat Ahmet

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Meissen Paperweight Surmounted with a Pug Dog, c.1870

A delightful paperweight modelled as a pug sat on top of a plinth decorated with scattered flowers and bouquets and highlighted with gilding.

Blue crossed swords to base, c.1870.

Length 19.5 cm (7.75 inches), height 6 cm (2.25 inches).

Meissen Paperweight Surmounted with a Pug Dog, c.1870

Period: 19th Century | Category: Ceramics
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Offered by: Serhat Ahmet

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Meissen Squat Vase with Iznik Style Decoration

A very rare Meissen squat vase decorated in a Turkish Iznik style pattern, circa 1924.

 Meissen Squat Vase with Iznik Style Decoration

Period: 1920s | Category: Ceramics
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Offered by: Serhat Ahmet

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A Pair of French Porcelain Plates

A finely decorated pair of French porcelain plates painted with large panels of mythological scenes of Venus and Juno, embellished with etched gilt borders of vine leaves and grapes, probably by the Darte or the Nast manufactory, circa 1810-40.

A Pair of French Porcelain Plates

Period: 19th Century | Category: Ceramics
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Offered by: Serhat Ahmet

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