PAIR OF MEISSEN MARCOLINI PORCELAIN PLATES WITH RETICULATED RIMSBlue crossed sword and star mark; decorated with courting couples; together with a Meissen pink ground plates, blue canceled cross sword marks.
9 1/4 in. diam.
Minor wear and in good condition to the pair. The canceled plate with some wear to the field otherwise in good condition.Not withstanding this report or any discussion concerning condition of a lot, all lots are offered and sold "as is" in accordance with our conditions of sale.
A MEISSEN MARCOLINI SAMPLE TEA BOWL circa 1780, decorated in underglaze blue and gilt, and painted with iron red flower sprays, with crossed swords and star mark, incised “No. 22.F”, 6cm diameter, and three other similar Meissen tea bowls (4)
A GROUP OF FOUR WHITE-GLAZED PORCELAIN FIGURES OF 'THE CONTINENTS' three examples with Meissen Marcolini period marks to the base, including Africa, accompanied by a lion, 45cm high, Asia, with a camel to the base, 44.5cm high, and Europe, 46.5cm high, together with America, wearing a feathered headdress, unmarked however inscribed '1754', 47cm high (4)
GROUP OF MEISSEN MARCOLINI PORCELAIN TEAWARESAn assembled group of Meissen Marcolini period porcelain teawares circa 1800 Comprising teapot, height 5 1/2in; covered sugar, height 5 1/4in; tea cup and saucer, height of cup 2 1/2in; another tea cup, each with underglaze blue crossed swords above a star. (5) Provenance: Property from a Private Collection, Malibu, California.
MEISSEN MARCOLINI PART TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE
EARLY 19TH CENTURY the pieces formed with angular square section handles, the cups and pots of tapering cylindrical form, painted throughout with grey roses and buds on leafy green stems, comprising: a coffee pot, a hot water pot, a tea pot, a caddy with cover, a sugar basin with cover, a slop bowl, nine tea cups, one coffee cup, five saucers; blue underglaze Marcolini marks(18)the coffee pot 26cm high, the tea pot 15cm highProperty of a Scottish Borders family
PAIR OF MEISSEN DOLPHIN CANDELABRAPair of Meissen candelabra. Porcelain with gilt metal 4 light candelabra tops. Cherubs atop dolphins, with shell motif base. Both signed with Meissen Marcolini period blue crossed swords with stars below marks to the underside. Each 31 1/4"H including center candle holder (porcelain 14"H x 12 5/8"W). Chips to flowers on bases of both, item in cherub's hands chipped and missing from both, both with chips along the edges of the base; one with repairs and lines throughout dolphin's rear fin; other with lines and repairs to the base, chip to the underside, chip to shell, chips to dolphin's rear fin; wax residue to candle covers on both, both with losses to gilt painting on candelabra.
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A Meissen Marcolini part tea and coffee service, comprising coffee pot and cover, five teacups, four coffee cups, and seven saucers with five later custard cups and seven covers/Provenance: The Estate of the late Sir John and Lady Smith
MEISSEN MARCOLINI WHITE GLAZE TEAPOT, 18TH C. c. 1775, Germany, blanc de chine porcelain, wood and metal handle, in a squared baluster form with square serpentine spout, domed lid attached by handle via chain, blue underglaze crossed swords and star mark to underside, 5"h x 4"l x 4"w (porcelain)
MEISSEN MARCOLINI TEAPOT AND COVER, 18TH C. 18th c., Germany, gilt and polychrome enameled porcelain, decorated with floral sprays, the spout terminating in a modeled garland wreath, with Greek key handle, the lid with gilt floral finial, blue underglaze crossed swords and star mark to underside, 5"h x 7"l x 5"w
MEISSEN MARCOLINI PERIOD PORCELAIN TEAPOT GERMANY, CIRCA 1774-1814 HEIGHT TO TOP OF COVER 4.5”.MEISSEN MARCOLINI PERIOD PORCELAIN TEAPOT, Germany, Circa 1774-1814, Squat, squared body hand-painted with flower sprays and blue checkered medallions against a pale yellow ground. Brass handle with porcelain heat-stop. Crossed swords mark with a pendant star. Dimensions: Height to top of cover 4.5". Provenance: Purchased from Bonhams, London circa 2005. Retains Bonhams labels.