The Brandenstein relief was designed in 1741 for a dinner service made of Meissen porcelain, which the Saxon head chef Friedrich August von Brandenstein had ordered. In 1744 the "Neu-Brandenstein" was also developed: the dividing bars were rococo-style.
6 beautiful soup plates from the period between 1860 - 1924 with pommel swords made of Meissen porcelain. It is the "Neu-Brandenstein" series with different motifs "colorful bouquet with insects". 1st choice, excellent condition, no chips.
Dimensions & details
- 6 Meissen soup plates
- diameter 23.5 cm
- 1st Choice
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