261. An Amstel porcelain part (tea) set
An Amstel porcelain part (tea) set
1784 – 1809, marked Amstel in underglaze blue and a.o. incised L3
With a decoration of garlands with cornflowers, roses and gold bands.
Comprising: a cylindrical teapot with ‘a la grecque’ handle, four cups without handle and six saucers, a tray with openwork rim, a presentation tray with folded rim, a sugar bowl with an acorn as grip and a bulbous teapot with scalloped upper rim.
H. 13 / H. 5 / Diam. 13 / L. 35 / L. 26.5 / H. 11.5 / H. 10 cm
Auction Christie’s Amsterdam, November 1990
Together with an Amstel porcelain part dinner set with a decoration of garlands and cornflowers. The rims gilded. Comprising: a rinsing bowl, two sugar bowls with lid, five cups without handles and eight saucers.
(15x) (N.B.: 16x)