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Schlaggenwald Scenic Cup & Saucer

This is a rare scenic cup and saucer made by either Schlaggenwald or Schney in the late 18th century. Both pieces are handpainted with a sepia scene of a night landscape as well as some nice gold trim. The heading on the scene of the cup is - Hell am Morgen (bright in the morning) and on the saucer it is - wie am Abend (as in the evening). I am assuming it is talking about the moon and the stars here. Not sure what the meaning of it all is - maybe my love for you never wanes?! The cup and saucer are both in great condition with just a bit of wear to the gilding. The saucer is 1 inch tall and 5.375 inches in diameter. The cup is 2.375 inches tall and the same in diameter. Both the cup and the saucer are marked with the underglaze blue script S mark with the cup also having a black 2. Please email me for more information or photos.

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