A large Meissen Dish from the Swan Service
A large Meissen Dish from the Swan Service
A large Meissen Dish from the Swan Service

MEISSEN PORCELAIN (worked from 1710)
J.J. KAENDLER (1706-1775)

A large Meissen Dish from the Swan Service

1739 to 1740 Germany

Offered by Elfriede Langeloh

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Dishes with 43 cm diameter are the second largest among all Swan service dish models. The present dish has a splendid relief in top quality showing the famous design: the two swans with a heron to the left and another in flight overhead. The shell-moulded border is painted with the arms of Count Brühl and his wife Countess Kolowrat-Krakowsky, scattered ‘Indianische Blumen’ and edged with the gilt border.

Kaendler’s work records of 1738 / 39 mention the Swan service dish. The Meissen master sculptor has revised it for several times.
Dimensions
Diameter 43.50 (17.13 inches)
Elfriede Langeloh

Elfriede Langeloh
Am Michelsgrund 14
Weinheim
69469
Germany

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