Frankenthal | Porcelain | Saucer Dish
Frankenthal | Porcelain | Saucer Dish
Frankenthal | Porcelain | Saucer Dish
Frankenthal | Porcelain | Saucer Dish
Frankenthal | Porcelain | Saucer Dish
Frankenthal | Porcelain | Saucer Dish

FRANKENTHAL PORCELAIN FACTORY (worked 1755-1799)

Frankenthal | Porcelain | Saucer Dish

1762 to 1770 Germany

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Porcelain Frankenthal Lobed Circular Saucer Dish. Central image of castle ruins,maybe a folly,by a river looking over to distant hills above a very finely executed gilt rococo scroll and with floral sprigs,gilding to rim.

The Frankenthal Porcelain Works was founded by the Hannong family in 1755 after transferring their Works from Strasbourg,upon Louis XVI having established at the Sevres factory a monopoly on the production of porcelain within France.

The saucer dates from between 1762 - 1770,for after 1770 the year was applied to all marked pieces. The CT mark denotes Carl Theodor,Elector of Bavaria, who purchased the factory from the family. Decorators from the Meissen porcelain works joined the Frankenthal factory.
Two small chips to the base rim.
Dimensions
Height 4.00 cm (1.57 inches)
Diameter 23.00 (9.06 inches)
Medium
Enamels and Gilding onto Hardpaste Porcelain
Signed/Inscribed
CT mark blue underglaze for Frankenthal 1762 - 1797 (per RE Roentgen Deutsche Porzellanmarken p.71 example 547)
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