A Meissen Armorial Plate from the Swan Service, circa 1738 / 39
A Meissen Armorial Plate from the Swan Service, circa 1738 / 39
A Meissen Armorial Plate from the Swan Service, circa 1738 / 39

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

A Meissen Armorial Plate from the Swan Service, circa 1738 / 39

1738 to 1739 Germany

Offered by Elfriede Langeloh

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Former's mark by Johann Christoph Pietsch
Modelled by J.J. Kaendler and J.F. Eberlein

Swan service plate with the characteristic shell-moulded relief. The well with two swans and a heron among bulrushes, waves, fish, shells and a heron in flight above. The lip is painted with the arms of Count Brühl and his wife Countess Kolowrat-Krakowsky, scattered ‘Indianische Blumen’ and edged with the gilt border.
Dimensions
Diameter 23.30 (9.17 inches)
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