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Kloster Veilsdorf Coffee Pot

This is a large porcelain coffee pot made by Kloster Veilsdorf of Germany in about 1780. The pot is handpainted with the famous strawflower design or Strohblumen motif that many people somehow mistake for the even more famous blue onion design :) This was a popular design as well back then due to it being under the glaze and not wearing as easily as above glaze colors did. The piece also has the ribbed design to the paste which is very common in the Thuringia area makers. The lid and main body are connected by a silver chain which one sees sometimes on 18th century pieces like this. The pot is marked underneath with a blue clover leaf as shown. It is in perfect condition with a tiny bit of wear. The pot and lid are 10.5 inches tall and 5.25 inches in diameter. Please email me for more information or photos.

Price is $749
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