Here is something very special indeed a beautiful to brighten up any room or table, a delightful hand painted Dresden centerpiece bowl or compote, decorated in that famous Rococo style of Dresden porcelain with blooming flowers and serenading figurines. If you look closely you can see the brush strokes. It was made by Carl Thieme at the Sächsische Porzellanmanufaktur of Dresden. The bowl is bolted onto the base which makes this an early piece. The bowl is lattice or reticulated with beautiful floral vignettes. The quality is spectacular and of the finest tradition of Dresden.
This is an unusually large piece and therefore quite rare. It is also hard to find such a piece in such good condition as normally these are damaged, but the flowers look to be in very good condition and both the figures have their instruments and music which is very rare indeed. Absolutely marvelous.
The mark was used in the early 1900s starting in 1902 to about 1914.
The bowl measures 11.5″ high and 9.5″ in diameter.
It is in very good vintage shape with no chips or cracks. Please look at the photos closely to see the quality and condition as they are part of the description.
Don’t forget to Favorite this shop so you can find us again as we are always adding new items or join our Facebook family at https://www.facebook.com/SecondWindVintageShop/
We do our absolute best to research and identify items correctly and do our best to point out and identify any issues with pieces. Please bear in mind that most of the pieces we offer are vintage and antique and will sometime have some minor wear and character. Please examine the photographs closely as these are part of the description and feel free to email us with questions or comments and we will do our best to answer, or if you need additional pictures.
We are pleased to offer International shipping whenever possible. We will make every effort to package items with care and box appropriately. We use only new packing materials to ensure the integrity of boxes. We will refund excess shipping for combined shipments if the cost is less than the checkout amount plus packaging costs.