SOLD! for $1,573.00.
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Five pieces Continental porcelain including 3 marked Royal Berlin / KPM. 1st item: Cup and Saucer with central hand painted panel depicting a classical style building, flanked by panels with relief decorated classical figures on a mulberry/maroon colored ground with heavy gold trim and figural handle. Blue underglaze KPM mark on underside of each. Some possible gilt touch-up to foot ring of cup. Cup: 4-1/2"H. Circa 1850. 2nd item: Covered egg shaped vase with three legs, hand painted with topographical scenes on each side, flanked by small painted figures including what appears to be a Native American and a Chinese figure. Blue underglaze KPM Scepter mark on underside. Painted mark HG 6531 on interior rim. 19th century. 6-5/8"H. 3rd item: Porcelain table lighter with underglaze blue KPM mark on side. Late 19th-early 20th century. 2-3/4"H. 4th item: Shell form compote with gilt trim, marked on underside for TPM (Carl Tielsch), circa 1850. Some light grime/staining to interior of shell. 6"H. 5th item: Circular compote with gilt painted grapevine decoration and three S-scroll feet on a circular plinth base, unmarked, possibly Paris porcelain. Excellent condition. 5-1/2"H. Provenance: the collection of Stephen and Lisa Steiner Small, Nashville, Tennessee. Condition: All in generally good condition with light gilt wear except where noted. Condition: All in generally good condition with light gilt wear except where noted.