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This is an assortment of Meissen style items, some of which we haven't been able to identify.  If you can add additional information, please e-mail us:

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Items Sold in this Category
SOLD#2475 German Meissen Style FiguresSOLD
Appears to have originally been marked with the word Dresden. As seen in picture of bottom side, Dr is all that is visible and whatever else was there is missing.  It appears as though someone purposely sanded off the rest of it.  It was common in Dresden, Germany, for the various decorating studios to cover up the mark of the manufacturer and then mark the item with their own decorating mark.  Please e-mail if you recognize this piece.  Dainty and beautiful little figures.  Hand Painted.  Perfect condition.  4" tall.
Meissen Style Figurals SOLD
Item #2475

SOLD#2474 German Meissen Style FigurineSOLD

Marked, but we haven't been able to identify it.  Please e-mail if you can help.  The closest we've come to identifying this mark is possibly a version of Fulda of Germany, 1763-1780 (page 192 of Kovel's marks of 1650-1850).  However, there is enough variance in the mark that it is not a positive I.D.  Beautiful colors.  Hand Painted.  Perfect condition.  5 3/4" tall. June 2005, $250

Meissen Style Figure

Item #2474


SOLD#2360 Meissen Tea or Coffee Set and Hand Painted TraySOLD

Gorgeous set!!  Heavy Gold Decoration!! Teapot, sugar, creamer, 6 sets cups and saucers, and tray.   This exact body style is one that was designed in the 1853-55 era according to a popular book on Meissen and was apparently used many times down through the years of production by the Meissen factory.  From the assortment of marks on the pieces and from extensive research, we have concluded that this set was most likely whiteware made in the era of 1924-1934 (known as the dot period) and then possibly stored away at the Meissen factory until c.mid-20th Century (1950's) at which time it was probably retrieved from storage and decorated (read more about this at the end of this listing).  We believe the tray to also be from the early to mid-20th century and not originally a part of this set but one that was matched up with the tea set at some point.  It is a beautiful match, and we are offering it as a set, just the way we found it at a high-end estate sale in Dallas.  It is not perfect, although it appears to be when viewed as a beautiful display set.  Upon close scrutiny, there is some slight wear of the gold on one side of the rim of the teapot lid and also on a portion of the rim on the neck of the sugar bowl (see pictures) (both of these pieces can be displayed with those sides to the back).  Although not visible, the finial of the sugar bowl lid has been professionally repaired.  The underside rim of the tea pot lid has been unprofessionally repaired by someone (see picture), but is only visible when the lid is removed from the teapot.  Other than the above notations, the set is in beautiful condition.  We have priced it accordingly and have found similar sets elsewhere priced in the $3,000 to $4,000 range.  The teapot is 5 3/4" tall to edge of neck.  The cups are 2 1/16" tall x 3" across tops.  The saucers are 5" diameter.  The sugar bowl is 2 7/8" tall and the creamer 4 1/4" tall.  The gorgeous tray is 16 1/2" wide at the handles.

The marks we have shown here are samplings from the tea set pieces.  Most of the crossed swords have two incised vertical lines across the middle.  According to references, this is possibly an indication that the pieces of this tea set were considered to be seconds by the Meissen factory at the time of manufacture in 1924-34Also according to references, such pieces were usually stored away in the Meissen factory as undecorated whiteware, sometimes for many years, and occasionally retrieved and upgraded with decoration.  We think this is what happened with this tea set.  Other marks on these pieces which are difficult to photograph are a blue v, blue 39, blue 37, blue 35 or 36, blue 61, a gold n, gold 375/29 and 375/26; impressed and incised numbers and letters such as B154, F154, 77, F, C145, C146, 744 with a symbol preceding it, a 33 followed by a small square, an incised line in the shape of a half-circle, etc.  The mark for the gorgeous hand painted tray is shown below.  The tray is in absolutely beautiful condition.  We find nothing wrong with it.  Please e-mail if you wish additional information or can add information for us.

Item #2360 SOLD SOLD


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