Meissen vase probably decorated by Braunsdorf who became a flower painter at Meissen in 1862 and  was granted a professorial title in 1900. His flower paintings drew inspiration from the impressionist style.. Davies Antiques are specialists in Meissen porcelain figures, groups, tableware, clocks, vases and animals from the early 18th century, 19th century, Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods."> Meissen vase probably decorated by Braunsdorf who became a ">

Davies Antiques

Antique Meissen Porcelain

Search:
introduction to Davies Antiques stock of 18th & 19th century, art nouveau and art deco meissen porcelain gallery info antique Meissen porcelain enquiries links to other art and antiques dealers

Item Number: 419

Open high resolution version of this image
Description:

Meissen vase probably decorated by Braunsdorf who became a flower painter at Meissen in 1862 and  was granted a professorial title in 1900. His flower paintings drew inspiration from the impressionist style.

  -SOLD-
Height in cms: 40.00
Height in inches: 15.75
Model Number: C102
Mark Info:

Crossed swords in under glaze blue. Incised model number C 102. Assembler's number 61. Painter's number 42 in purple.

Circa: 1890
Price Band: 2,000 - 5,000
Contact us for further details
<< Previous Page <<

 

HOME | STOCK | HISTORY | FAQs FORM | CONTACT FORM | LINKS | EMAIL | NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE | SITEMAP