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Fun Tulip Plate

This is a soup plate made by Hoechst in about 1750. It is handpainted with a large floral arrangement in the center including a superb tulip which remind me of the painting of Joseph Jakob Ringler one of the more prolific porcelain artists of this period. There are lots of smaller flowers scattered throughout and a brown trim to the edge. Nice shape to the porcelain as well. The plate is in superb condition with a bit of wear (mostly to one small flower) but about as good as one can hope to find! It is marked underneath only with an incised B3 by the footring. A very early unmarked piece which came with two marked pieces that are also on my site. The plate is 1.5 inches tall and 9.75 inches in diameter. Please email me for more information or other pictures.

Price is $699
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