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Four (4) pieces Meissen porcelain tableware, including candlestick, cachepot, leaf tray, and oval platter, all with crossed swords marks. 1st item: Single Rococo style candlestick with molded, gilt trimmed scroll and cartouche decoration on a cartouche form base, impressed marks 2618 112. 10" H. Early 20th century. Condition: Some scattered wax residue. 2nd item: Leaf shaped service dish with green, stem form handle and decorated with polychrome painted floral sprays and gilt trim, impressed mark 23 with additional slash/dot inscribed mark. 1 1/2"H x 8 1/4"W x 10"D. Late 19th/early 20th century. Excellent condition. 3rd item: Round cachepot with flared rim and decorated with polychrome painted floral sprays between two bands of gilt trim (note significant wear to gilt). Drainage hole in base. 5 1/2" H x 6 1/4" dia. (widest part). Late 19th/early 20th century. 4th item: Oval serving tray or stand with scalloped, gilt trimmed border and two raised handles with leaf/shell molded tips, the center decorated with polychrome floral sprays and gilt trimmed molded cartouches. Underglaze blue numeral "4". Probably mid 18th century. Overall – 3 1/4" H x 16" W x 11" D. Condition: Poorly repaired 1" chip to rim, some spotty glaze staining and utensil marks. Provenance: private Nashville, TN Collection, by descent from the estates of Edith and Richard Mickenhagen, Munich, Germany and San Paolo, Brazil. Richard Mickenhagen authored the book "European Porcelain" (Munich: Gugath & Sohn, undated, c. 1955). CONDITION: All items in good condition except where noted in description above.