Böttger White Porcelain Beaker
Of flaring conical form, finely potted with everted rim, the lower body applied with three asymmetric sprays of acanthus leaves, above a short foot.
Height 4 inches.
Leopold R. Gellert, Parke-Bernet Galleries, 14 May 1970, lot 267.
For a waste-bowl and a coffee-pot with strikingly similar applied decoration, see Hans Syz with J. Jefferson Miller II and Rainer Rückert, The Catalogue of the Hans Syz Collection: Meissen Porcelain and Hausmalerei, fig. 16, p. 42-43, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C., cat nos. 75.186 and 75.187.
C Estate of Sarah Belk Gambrell
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