Meissen porcelain plate. Putti at play, c. 1870.


A fine Meissen porcelain plate, c. 1870. Beautifully hand painted to the centre, with a scene of two Putti, amongst clouds. One Putti carrying flaming torches, the second holding a bunch of grapes. The border moulded and painted in Capo di Monte style, with a continuous band of Putti at various pursuits, including, unusually, playing golf.
Crossed swords mark in underglaze blue, and impressed number ‘44’ to the reverse.
Diameter - 22.5cm, 8 7/8”.
Condition - Perfect. No damage. No restoration.

Medium: Porcelain.

Signed/Inscribed: Crossed swords mark in underglaze blue, and impressed number ‘44’ to the reverse.

Condition: Condition - Perfect. No damage. No restoration.

£780

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