A Sèvres gilt-metal mounted 'lapis-lazuli' ground vase, circa 1866.
Applied with dolphin handles heightened in gilding, the ground reserved with a medallion depicting four putti crouching around a fire in a rocky landscape, signed S. Baldisseroni 1866 l.r., surrounded by an elaborate gilt cartouche, 50.5 cm high.
A Meissen Mythological flower-encrusted clock, circa 1880.
The clock case supported by a figure of Diana the Huntress, seated on a rocaille plinth painted with a vignette and applied with a winged mask of Father Time and a putto petting Diana's hound, on four scroll feet, after the model by J.J.Kaendler, 39 cm high
A Meissen group of Venus Rising, circa 1880.
After the model by J.J.Kaendler, the figures of Venus accompanied by Cupid seated in a shell supported by three Triton, rising from the sea, the rocky base applied with waterfalls from the current, 34.5 cm high.
A Meissen extremely rare Art Nouveau vase by Otto Eduard Voigt, circa 1905.
Finely decorated with three lustrous enamel roundels of peacock feather detail reserved on a varying incised and raised surface, painted with high-temperature colours and heightened with stylised gilt detail, signed O.Voigt, 16.5 cm high. A very complicated combination of techniques. Otto Eduard Voigt (1870 - 1949) worked at Meissen 1896 - 1932. From 1904, he worked in the 'underglaze' department. Many of his designs were also used in the production of tea, coffee and dinner services.
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