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A Continental Can & Saucer. 
c.1827.

An early 19th.Century Continental coffee can and saucer.  These pieces may well be 'married'  as they have a number of differences.  They both have text in German commemorating dates of 1817 and 1827.  The saucer has an underglaze blue mark that may be a letter 'S' or 'J'.  The can has incised marks. The saucer measures 13.2cm. (5.2 inches) diameter. The can stands 6cm. (2.4 inches) high.

Condition

The can is very good, just a little wear to the rim gilding.  The saucer has a hairline crack from the rim.
  

Item C0021      95.00  

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A French Soft Paste Plate. 
c.1750-80.

A French soft paste porcelain  plate.  Shaped in the popular French manner with lobed rim, the rim shape repeated at the cavetto.  Painted in polychrome enamels with a pear fruit, foliage and flower sprigs.  The edge of the rim with traces of gilding.  An unusual plate with no makers mark. Possibly of Vincennes / Sevres porcelain.  Measures 23.3cm. diameter

 

Condition

There is quite a lot of wear to the enamels and gilt. A glaze fault to the rim. also a short stress hairline at the rim.
 
 

Item C0022        Sold

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A Superb Vienna Coffee Can
 c.1804.

A superb Vienna porcelain coffee can.  An incredibly finely painted coffee can from the early years of the 19th.Century.  Painted with a classical mythology scene of Dionysus (Greek) or Bacchus (Roman) God of wine. The remainder of the can decorated with two ground colours and extremely fine raised paste gilding.  The bas of the can marked with underglaze blue shield mark and impressed numerals,  804. indicating a potting date of 1804. Stands 6 cm. high.

Condition

Very good with only slight wear to the decoration. There is a faint crack to the lower terminal of the handle. 

Item C0023       Sold

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Berlin Porcelain Coffee Can & Saucer.  c.1800.

An attractive coffee can and saucer from the Berlin porcelain factory.  Decorated with a simple neo-classical style 'ribbon' border pattern,  the can with typical 'architectural' handle. 
Condition

The can has two small chips to the foot. No cracks.  The saucer has a very well restored chip to the rim, which has some hard to detect over painting to the back of the rim. None on the front face and no cracks.

 

 

Item C0024      Sold

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