A Meissen Figure of Bacchus  Emblematic of Autumn, ca.1860


$ 1600.00


A Meissen figure of young Bacchus as an allegory of Autumn, modeled originally by Friedrich Elias Meyer in 1775.


Condition: Very good, no evidence of repairs under UV light


H: 9 in (23 cm)

Underglaze blue crossed swords, no cancellations

Mold number incised 2732

A Meissen Figure from the Four Elements

Emblematic of Air, ca. 1860


$ 700.00


A Meissen figure modeled originally by Johann Joachim Kaendler in 1770, of a putto with hair blowing in the wind, birds, and bellows, all intended as emblematic of the classical element “air.”


Condition: One branch possibly reattached (UV evidence) otherwise excellent


H: 5 inches (12.5 cm) W: 5.5 inches (13.8 cm)

Underglaze blue crossed swords, no cancellations

Mold number incised C99

A Meissen Figural Group Emblematic of Summer

ca. 1860


$ 1200.00


A Meissen figural group of a peasant couple, the man holding a sickle, the woman playing a musical instrument over sheaves of wheat intended as emblematic of the bounty and carefree living of summer. Originally modeled by Johann Carl Schönheit in 1782.


Condition: The sickle restored in the Meissen manufactory restoration workshop, the restoration commissioned by us. Otherwise no UV evidence of repairs.


H: 6 inches (15 cm) W: 5 inches (12.5 cm)

Underglaze blue crossed swords, no cancellations

Mold number incised G92

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A Meissen Plate in the Neu Ozier Pattern ca. 1765-1774


$ 200.00


A Meissen plate with intense purple and green floral painting and Neu Ozier molded borders. This pattern derives form the Sulkowski and Alt Ozier patterns and was originally created by Höroldt in 1744.


Condition: Very good


D: 9.5 inches ( 24 cm);  Underglaze blue crossed swords with dot below



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