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19th century Americana steps up at Kensington Estate Auction, April 11

19th century Americana steps up at Kensington Estate Auction, April 11

CLINTONDALE, N.Y. – Kensington Estate Auction‘s Monday, April 11 auction will feature 180 lots of art and objets d’art including Persian rugs, antiquarian books, photographs, 19th-century Americana, Native American beaded objects, sculptures, dolls, manuscripts, British historical documents and stamp collections. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.

KPM

KPM, also known as the Royal Porcelain Factory in Berlin, was founded in 1763 by Frederick the Great, King of Prussia. The brand equals luxury, delicacy, and excellent craftsmanship with many enthusiasts all over the world. One of the oldest porcelain factories in Europe, KPM is characterized by a blend of tradition and modernity. KPMs porcelain is made by hand without any stencils, which is why collectors worldwide, especially in Russia, China, and the United Arab Emirates, have a strong interest in acquiring this famous white gold porcelain. With the appearance of the Rococo aesthetic in France around the mid-18th century, KPM's design pieces were highly decorated to match the Prussian royal taste. After that, the Neoclassical movement inspired KPM artists to create classic vases, bowls, plates, and other decorative objects with classic designs and pure forms. Each piece is unique and elegantly painted

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