Dresden Quatrefoil Duo


Dresden porcelain refers more to an artistic movement than a particular porcelain company and is often confused with Meissen porcelain because Meissen blanks were used initially. Between 1855 and 1944 Dresden housed over 200 painting studios located near or in the city of Dresden and it was these studios that were responsible for Dresden Porcelain being so well known all over the world. The style, described as Rococo, is a mixture of Meissen and Vienna flower and figure painting.

Early Dresden porcelain Quatrefoil cup and saucer decorated with a green fish scale design and wild flower motifs.

Cup – 4 sided – 8 cm x 6.5 cm x 4.5 cm tall

Saucer – 4 sided – 12.5 cm x 11 cm

Lovely quality and condition, very little rubbing. 

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