Hand-painted porcelain with flowers, guilded with 24K gold
Dessert Basket with six Flower Plates after the design of Ernst Sager (1788 - 1840) German, Berlin, early 19th century (circa 1832-1837) Porcelain, hand-painted, signed
Signed for Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur (KPM) Berlin with the royal scepter and a red painter hallmark 1832-1837. In 1763, the king of Prussia Frederick II, (Frederick the Great, 1712-1786) purchased the porcelain manufactory. Frederick the Great referred to its products as “white gold” and gifted porcelain pieces to royalty houses around Europe. Once a gift from King Frederick William III. of Prussia (1797-1840) to Archduke Johann Salvator of Austria (1782- 1859) on the occasion of the marriage (1829) with Anna Plochl (1804-1885), the Baroness von Brandhofen who later received the title of the Countess of Meran, these porcelain pieces were purchased by the owner first-hand from the Duke Meran in Wiesbaden, Germany, later changed hands to the present collector.
Artist: Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur
Technique: Hand Painted
Dimension: Height: 11 cm Diameter: 25 cm
Place of Origin: Berlin
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