A Chinese porcelain teabowl and saucer decorated in the workshop of Johann Friedrich Metzsch

Offered by E & H Manners
A Chinese porcelain teabowl and saucer decorated in the workshop of Johann Friedrich Metzsch

A Chinese porcelain teabowl and saucer decorated in the workshop of Johann Friedrich Metzsch

Offered by E & H Manners
Date & Origin c. 1740, China and Germany
Dimensions
Description
J.F. Metzsch is one of the more interesting German hausmaler or outside decorators, who had a workshop in Bayreuth. Various hands are associated with this workshop of which this is one of the finer and quite probably by Metzsch himself.
It is uncommon to find this type of decoration on Chinese porcelain, it is more often found on Meissen porcelain.
The bowl 3.7 cm. high, the saucer 10.7 cm. diam.
Condition
Chip to outside rim of teabowl. A 1cm. hairline crack to rim of saucer.
Stock Code 4538
SOLD
Dimensions
Description
J.F. Metzsch is one of the more interesting German hausmaler or outside decorators, who had a workshop in Bayreuth. Various hands are associated with this workshop of which this is one of the finer and quite probably by Metzsch himself.
It is uncommon to find this type of decoration on Chinese porcelain, it is more often found on Meissen porcelain.
The bowl 3.7 cm. high, the saucer 10.7 cm. diam.
Stock Code 4538

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