Sold for £220
Condition fair. The ewer's handle has broken off and is missing. There is a screw in the bottom of the ewer. Light surface wear present throughout, including to gilted and painted areas. The stand has a previous break, has been glued back together. Additional images available.
LATE 19TH CENTURY VIENNA PORCELAIN EWER AND STAND,
the ewer of baluster form, hand-painted with two Classical panels titled 'Alexander' and 'Mione und Amor', both within gilded and jewelled borders, and intersepersed with further panels of herons, the pink, yellow, purple and blue ground elaborately gilded and jewelled with fruiting foliage, scrolls, and foliate swags, on a spreading circular foot and octagonal base, with painted Bindenschild mark and panel titles to base, the stand similarly decorated and with marks to base, 35cm high overall
Provenance: The William Mowat-Thomson Collection
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