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Ceramic of collection
Meissen porcelain plate with polychrome decoration in the Kakiemon style with the three friends of winter (pine, bamboo and prunus).
On the wing, flowers and small sheaves of wheat. Marked with crossed swords in blue, an incised number on the back.
Germany, Meissen, circa 1735-1755. 18th century.
Diameter : 23,8 cm.
Provenance : Catalina von Pannwitz Collection.
Count Brühl owned an important service with the "three friends" of winter (known as "service mit dem Aste" (service with the branch) listed in the inventory of 1753 in the office of the castle Pförten
and also in the postumous inventory of the Brühl Palace in Dresden.
Cf. J. Weber, Meissener Porzellan mit Dokoren nacel ostasitischen Vorbildern II (2013) pp. 237-239.
60 pieces were sold by the Soviet Union at Rudolph Lepke's Kunst Auctions-Haus, Berlin, 21-22 October 1930, lot 193.
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