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Reticulated Saucer #2

This is a fun saucer made by Meissen in the early to mid 19th century. Looks to be from the Schmierzeit looking at the way the mark is drawn. I had never seen a reticulated saucer like this by them until I bought one a few years back and now this one here. Still ahve no idea what the cup looks like. They do make plates in this style that you come across more often. The saucer is hand painted with lots of scattered flowers and bugs but the best part of this piece is the fancy reticulated rim with lots of flowers and gold highlights. The center of the saucer has a small raised rim to hold the cup in place almost like a trembleuse . The piece is in perfect condition with some minor wear to the gilding mostly to the central ring. The saucer is marked with the underglaze blue crossed swords mark (first choice) underneath as well as an impressed number as shown. It is 0.625 inches tall and 6.125 inches in diameter. Please email me for more information or other pictures.

Price is $299
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