Cup and Saucer with Harbour Scene and Horseman. Meissen. Circa 1735-40. Photo Van Ham
Porcelain, enriched in colours and gilded. Along the edge is a gold lace border. In the centre are gold cartouches outlined in black. The interspaces are scattered with wood-cut flowers. On the cup is a harbour scene with a camel and merchants in the foreground. On the saucer is a horseman carrying a horn in a landscape. Height 7cm / + 13cm. Condition B/C. Crossed swords mark, gilder's number 21. Impressed 2, underneath. Estimation : 1 000 / 1 200 €
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