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#3911 Dresden Footed Centerpiece/Fruit Bowl

From the Carl Thieme Saxony Porcelain Factory of Potschappel, Saxony, Germany.  This mark was used beginning in 1902, with various forms of it continuing in use today.  We believe this bowl to be 1950's or earlier.  It is not perfect.  It has some rough areas under each of the handles, as well as under one tip of the side, as though someone tried to do touchups in those areas (see pictures).  Because they are on the underside, these places do not take away from the beauty.  It is priced accordingly.  Notice the beautiful reticulated body and elegant shape.  Combination of hand painting and transfer.  It measures 5 1/4" tall at the handles and 4 1/2" tall at the side x 15 1/2" wide at the outer tips of the handles x 11" from side to side.  Great beauty and great buy.

Saxony Porcelain Centerpiece

Item #3911



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Sold#2528 Dresden LampSold

From the Carl Thieme Saxony Porcelain Factory of Potschappel, Saxony, Germany  This mark was used beginning in 1902, with various forms of it continuing in use today.  This little lamp is perfect for a vanity or any small space.  It is 7 1/2" tall to top of the base and approximately 21" to the top of the finial.  The beautiful shade is approximately 8" tall x 9" diameter at bottom edges -- notice pretty scallops, as well as the textured fabric.  The finial is rose quartz and very special in its own right.  The shade is a very heavy, high quality, and beautiful fabric (see pictures) with small pink roses and pink ribbon adding the finishing touches.  The lamp body has had some very minor professional repairs on the neck rim.  All of the pretty encrusted flowers appear to be intact except for a small area on the edge of one petal of the yellow rose in picture below.

Dresden Lamp from Carl Thieme Saxony Porcelain Factory

Item #2528



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