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Meissen Chinoiserie teapot and cover, circa 1735, of bullet shape, the wishbone handle with gilding and purple and a shell thumb piece and the gilt spout moulded with a bird'shead, finely painted in the manner of J.G. Horoldt with each side depicting a chinoiserie scene with three figures setting taking tea in a garden with insects, below a Laub un Bandelwerk rim band; the cover decorated with two landscape vignettes, the acorn finial gilded; with underglaze-blue crossed swords mark to base, and with gilt numeral ‘26.’ to the base and underside of cover.


9.6 cm high

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