Lot 461 | Large vase with Pâte-sur-pâte paintingOn raised round base amphora shaped body with rounded shoulder, passing in conically flaring neck with ausschwingendem edge. On salmon-colored rear look side, large-scale representation of the goddess of victory Victoria with lance and shield, accompanied by a Puttos in white, flat-structured, so-called Pâte-sur-pâte painting. On the foot and the neck gold rich ornamentation. Sword brand. H. 35.5 cm.
This high-quality technique of Pâte-sur-pâte painting was first presented at the London world exhibition in 1851, of the manufactory of Sèvres. The breakthrough in this technique of painting on Meissen porcelain was made in 1878 by a chemist, Dr. Heintze and reached its peak at the world exhibition in Chicago in 1893 with approximately 1000 there is responsible for exhibits.
Cf. Jedding, no 94ff., P. 176.
A large vase with pâte-sur-pâte. Crossed swords mark.
Meissen. Around 1890 - 1895.
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