Porcelain has molded high gold relief designs. Signed by artist - See close-up, Cannot make out signature. Never used, always displayed as a cabinet work of art, even by all the previous owners. Eagle marking on saucer is from the 1840s. CUP is 3 inches tall (4 inches including lid).
Cobalt Blue ground, with deep. Gold, and KPM special type of Glazing.
The hand painted scene of young lovers, within a landscape, and surrounded by an ornate gilded cartouche. Golden Stars on Cobalt Blue cup LID with gold tip.
Cobalt Blue, Power-Blue Panels with. Throughout the 19th century, Royal Porcelain Manufactory K. Önigliche Porzellan-Manufaktur, KPM Berlin, Germany was founded in 1763 creating fashionable popular Rococo and Neoclassical pieces between 1849 and 1870..The royally-funded company was known across Europe and collected by the social elite. In 1878, KPM opened the Chemical-Technical Institute, studying porcelain, allowing its artists to create innovated works using new glazes and colors with the emerging Art Nouveau (New Art) style.
They were prized artisanship using luxurious forms, like this set. Have a look and save on multiple items.Discounts from 15 to 20%. M y husband and I want to thank you for looking at our unique treasures. Every day we will try to list more things. An International Corporate Executive, giving us the opportunity to travel throughout the U. Collectibles include hundreds of Dolls, Books, Jewelry, and Americana.. W e try our very best to describe each item accurately by showing lots of photos. Please examine all the photos and description.
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Antique KPM German Porcelain Gilt Cobalt Blue CUP, LID, SAUCER" is in sale since Monday, July 27, 2020. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware\Cup & Saucers". The seller is "sedonagal29" and is located in Sedona, Arizona. This item can be shipped to United States.