Archive item - not for sale
Meissen silver-mounted octagonal coffee pot and cover, circa 1735, decorated in the Kakiemon style with panels of foliate scrollwork reserved on an iron-red ground alternating with a gilt chrysanthemum head, alternating with flowers and Chinese symbols on a white background, the cover, with a hinged mount, similarly decorated; the ear-shaped handle and spout decorated with dianthus heads and flowers, crossed swords mark in purple enamel to the base, impressed Dreher's mark of three circles for Gottfried Seydel, . SOLD
Height: 8 13/16in., 22.5cm
For a similar coffee pot and cover see Dr. Ernst Schneider Collection,, Schloss Lustheim, illustrated by J. Weber, Meissener Porzellane mit Dekoren nach ostasiatischen Vorbildern (2013), vol. II, cat. no. 119.