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18TH C MEISSEN MARCOLINI PORCELAIN KAKIEMON PLATE (1774-1815)

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18TH C MEISSEN MARCOLINI PORCELAIN KAKIEMON PLATE (1774-1815)
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· Title: 18TH C MEISSEN MARCOLINI PORCELAIN KAKIEMON PLATE (1774-1815)

· Origin: GERMANY
· Date/Period: 20TH C
· Material: PORCELAIN
· Size: Width: 9inches/ 23cm Height: 1 3/4inches/ 4.5cm
· Additional Information:The prince-elector Frederick Christian met Camillo's father in Rome and they agreed that in 1752 Camillo would be sent as donze to the Saxon court. In Saxony, Camillo gained the prince-electors and future Frederick Augustus I of Saxony's trust. In 1767 Camillo became Lord Chamberlain, 1778 Lord Controller, 1799 Lord equerry, 1772 Privy Councillor and 1809 minister of the royal cabinet. In 1813, after the Battle of Leipzig, Marcolini followed the King into exile.

Camillo Count Marcolini-Ferretti

Camillo also became general director of the fine arts in 1780 later the director of the art academy, as well as director of the Meissen PORCELAIN manufacture from 1774-1813. Some Meissen services from this time are known as 'Marcolini Services' after him.

At that time, neoclassicism slowly became the mainstream. Meissen produced many famous art works such as tulips. However, due to financial problems during this period, the materials were mixed with some impurities.

This plate is offered in overall good condition. no chips, cracks or repairs. A few small speckles to glaze as manufactured at the base rim.

Condition:
LUXUR FINE ART AUCTION attempts to check every lot correctly,we will attempt to point out any defects as much as we can, but will not be responsible for the correctness of the catalog or other descriptions of the lot. We wish you can check the property condition thoroughly before the bidding. Any of the following conditions of sale may be amended, waived, or modified in the sole discretion of LUXUR FINE ART AUCTION.

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Weight
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18TH C MEISSEN MARCOLINI PORCELAIN KAKIEMON PLATE (1774-1815)

Estimate $200 - $400
Aug 21, 2022
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Starting Price $20
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1015: 18TH C MEISSEN MARCOLINI PORCELAIN KAKIEMON PLATE (1774-1815)

Sold for $180
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Est. $200 - $400Starting Price $20
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Aug 21, 2022 12:00 PM EDT
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Lot 1015 Details

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Description
· Title: 18TH C MEISSEN MARCOLINI PORCELAIN KAKIEMON PLATE (1774-1815)

· Origin: GERMANY
· Date/Period: 20TH C
· Material: PORCELAIN
· Size: Width: 9inches/ 23cm Height: 1 3/4inches/ 4.5cm
· Additional Information:The prince-elector Frederick Christian met Camillo's father in Rome and they agreed that in 1752 Camillo would be sent as donze to the Saxon court. In Saxony, Camillo gained the prince-electors and future Frederick Augustus I of Saxony's trust. In 1767 Camillo became Lord Chamberlain, 1778 Lord Controller, 1799 Lord equerry, 1772 Privy Councillor and 1809 minister of the royal cabinet. In 1813, after the Battle of Leipzig, Marcolini followed the King into exile.

Camillo Count Marcolini-Ferretti

Camillo also became general director of the fine arts in 1780 later the director of the art academy, as well as director of the Meissen PORCELAIN manufacture from 1774-1813. Some Meissen services from this time are known as 'Marcolini Services' after him.

At that time, neoclassicism slowly became the mainstream. Meissen produced many famous art works such as tulips. However, due to financial problems during this period, the materials were mixed with some impurities.

This plate is offered in overall good condition. no chips, cracks or repairs. A few small speckles to glaze as manufactured at the base rim.

Condition:
LUXUR FINE ART AUCTION attempts to check every lot correctly,we will attempt to point out any defects as much as we can, but will not be responsible for the correctness of the catalog or other descriptions of the lot. We wish you can check the property condition thoroughly before the bidding. Any of the following conditions of sale may be amended, waived, or modified in the sole discretion of LUXUR FINE ART AUCTION.

Shipping:
Location: This item ships from the United State.
Domestic: Flat-rate of $25 to anywhere within the contiguous U.S except for Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.
International: International shipping including Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico is $65. International shipping may be subject to VAT.

Apologies, at this time we are unable to ship to some countries, please consult customer service for details.
Combined shipping: Please ask about combined shipping for multiple lots before bidding.
Weight3 lb

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