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Lady Pipe Bowl

This is a porcelain pipe bowl made by Meissen in the mid 19th century. It is handpainted with a very detailed painting of a lady nicely dressed by a small brook with a landscape surrounding her including a fence and some mountains in the very back. It is rare to find Meissen pipes especially the older ones. This one is marked on the inside with the crossed swords in underglaze blue. The pipe is in superb condition with a small chip to the very top rim - a lid would completely hide it! It seemed to have been smoked only once as it is very clean on the inside. There is also a tiny rough spot on the part that sticks out on the front and the impressed number 49 is on that part as well. The bowl is 4.625 inches long and has a top diameter just under 1.25 inches. Please email me for more information or other pictures.

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