Johann Joachim Kändler

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Johann Joachim Kändler joined the Meissen manufactory in 1731. He became the chief modeller in 1733 and worked at the factory until his death. Regarded as the supreme modeller his skills are reflected in the wide and varied porcelain pieces he created.

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Great Armorial Dish from the Swan Service
Made for Count Brühl Modeled by Johann J. Kaendler, 1737 Meissen 1739 / 40 Ø 38 cm (size no. 4) Press number: '20' Scratch mark: '4' (?) ...
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Meissen Figure of a young Chinese Man with two Fish Baskets
By Johann Joachim Kaendler, Peter Reinicke and Frederich Elias Meyer Height: 10,5 cm Blue crossed swords mark Incised numeral 31 Meissen form n...
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Meissen Swan Service Prototype Plate
Prototype plate of the Swan service with the ‘bessere’ (better) coat of arms of Count Brühl Model by Johann Joachim Kaendler Decorated with ...
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