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Reference: ZF0702

Box. Enameled porcelain. Potschappel-Dresden, Germany, 19th century. With mark on the base. Rectangular box with a slightly curved lid made of enameled porcelain with golden metal finials and hinges that has a decoration, on the outside, of figurative scenes of couples in natural landscapes of clear rococo memory enhanced by golden frames and scale elements in pink tones; Inside, on the cover, another scene of this type appears. The base of the piece presents a mark alluding to the factory responsible for it. In 1872 Carl Thieme (Carl Johann Gottlieb Thieme) converted his porcelain painting business into a porcelain factory, keeping the headquarters in Dresden and calling it Sächische Porzellanfabrik zu Potschappel (Dresden) von Carl Thieme. A brand like the one seen in this piece was used on it between 1888 and the beginning of the 20th century.

· Size: 12x8x7 cms

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