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Krokus Pattern Saucer

This is a great saucer made by Meissen in the late 19th century or early 20th century. It was designed in 1896 by Konrad Hentschel who is more famous for his Hentscheld children figurines but also quite famous for some of his dish designs! This piece is from the original period which is always a plus! It is handpainted with the crocus pattern - very much in the Art Nouveau / Jugendstil flair of this period! Really a simple design but you try coming up with it ;) Looks stunning just wish I had a cup to go with it but I am sure it is out there waiting! The saucer is in perfect condition and marked with the underglaze blue crossed swords mark underneath, an underglaze blue number 52. (I think) as well as the usual impressed numbers. It is just under 1 inch tall and 6.625 inches in diameter. Please email me for more information or other pictures.

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