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Veilsdorf Sugar Dish

This is a superb lidded sugar dish possibly made by Kloster Veilsdorf in about 1770. I thought it was by Schrezheim since they used this mark and I had never seen a form like this used by Veilsdorf but according to a certain Eberhard Veit who seems to know his stuff on this subject I was wrong - it happens occasionally :) The dish has a small leaf mark painted underneath. This sugar dish here is nicely handpainted with some puce landscape scenes as well as some leaves with a simple finial to the lid. The piece is 3.75 inches tall with the lid and 4.125 inches in diameter. It is in superb condition with just a tiny bit of wear! All in all just an interesting piece. Please email me for more information or photos! Please email me for more information or photos.

Price is $1749
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