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Plate

Lobed plate with panelled border, embossed with Gotskowsky moulding (floral motifs) and painted with decoration in the Meissen style of deutsche blumen and scattered insects. The Gotskowsky (also Gotzkowsky) pattern was designed by Eberlein and so called after a service made for a Berlin merchant of the same name. Decoratively it refers to the damask’d or damaskworkt patterning of raised molded flowers. The plate also features the Meissen decorative device of ombrirte teutsche Blumen, which basically refers to the shadow cast by the insects, as if they had just alighted on the plate.

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Plate

Lobed plate with panelled border, embossed with Gotskowsky moulding (floral motifs) and painted with decoration in the Meissen style of deutsche blumen and scattered insects. The Gotskowsky (also Gotzkowsky) pattern was designed by Eberlein and so called after a service made for a Berlin merchant of the same name. Decoratively it refers to the damask’d or damaskworkt patterning of raised molded flowers. The plate also features the Meissen decorative device of ombrirte teutsche Blumen, which basically refers to the shadow cast by the insects, as if they had just alighted on the plate.

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Leaf-Moulded sauce boat

A small jug or sauce boat molded in the form of overlapping vine leaves with crisp veins in relief, the handle as a bifurcated branch.

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Leaf-Shaped pickle dish

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Octagonal plate

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Octagonal plate

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Trembleuse

The trembleuse, a wonderful example of Saint-Cloud production, featuring their characteristic warm, mellow glaze.

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Teapot

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Coffee cup

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Duck-shaped sauce boat

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Dinner plate

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Sweetmeat dish

Round dish of the “Blind Earl” pattern painted in naturalistic overglaze colours, featuring hand-modelled and applied buds with a twig handle.

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Coffee cup

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Wine Taster

A small round taster with lobed lobing to the undersides and with acanthus leaf moulded handle. Painted inside with a large stylized flower head within a dentil border. (see Watney Sale Part III, Lot 1192, p. 158)

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Coffee Service

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Dessert bowl

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Leaf-shaped plate

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Coffee cup, saucer

Coffee cup and saucer with yellow ground and gilding. Painted decoration of an exotic bird in landscape. The bird (as tall as the tree!) is magnificently rendered in gold, blue, red and pink.

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Coffee can, saucer

Featuring painted seashell panels, a marbleized gray ground and overall exoticness, this coffee cup and saucer evoke the High Regency period.

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Plate

Large dish of cabbage-leaf shape, with modelled veins and painted predominantly in puce and green of fancy bird in landscape

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Coffee Pot

The coffee pot exhibits the more formal style of polychrome flower painting inspired by Worcester

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Harlequin plate

Flight Barr and Barr dessert plate of harlequin design. The gilt, gadrooned edges has a seaweed border surrounding a reserve of a fancy bird panel perhaps by Charles Stinton.

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Bottle vase

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Teacup, saucer

Teacup and saucer featuring an elaborate and popular Japan Fence pattern with underglaze blue, overglaze enamels, and gilding.

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Saucer

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