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European Applied Art | Auction: 15.05.2019 | Preview: 10.05.2019 - 13.05.2019

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3.500 - 4.000 €

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12.000,00 €

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15 PIECES FROM THE PORCELAIN 'WING DESIGN SERVICE'.
Meissen. Before 1924. Decor Rudolf Hentschel, 1901.

Porcelain with decor under glaze in blue and seladon. In total 15 pieces, consisting of:

1 Sauciere with fixed bottom stand (height 12cm),
1 small, rectangular serving bowl (lenght 23.5cm)
1 oval plate (29 x 24cm),
1 small tureen (height 11cm)
1 big, round serving bowl (Ø 27.5cm)
1 teacup + saucer
1 small serving bowl(18 x 18cm)
1 bread plate (Ø 12cm)
1 small plate (Ø 21cm)
1 deep plate (Ø 24,5cm)
1 big, oval plate (37.5 x 30.5cm)
3 flat plates (without grind) (Ø 27cm).
Swords mark, predominantly with 2 grinds. A-C.

Provenance:
Private collection lower Rhine region.

Literature:
- Bröhan, Karl: Kunst der Jahrhundertwende und der zwanziger Jahre, Sammlung Karl H. Bröhan, volume 2, Berlin 1977, cf. p.308f., Kat.447.
- Bröhan-Museum (eds.): Porzellan. Kunst und Design 1889 bis 1939. Vom Jugendstil zum Funktionalismus, Berlin 1996, cf. p.45j, Kat.Nr.18.

The service, which went into production for the first time in 1901, owes its creation to an internal competition for the ''production of designs for handles and grips on terrines and lid vessels'', which Rudolf Hentschel won with his design for form and decoration. The classic Art Nouveau tableware, based on older forms and kept simple in its plasticity, trades in the manufactory under the name ''T glatt'' .
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