Pair of 18th Century Ludwigsburg Dishes

$680.00

From the Collection of Mario Buatta
Mario loved flowers and he loved well-painted flowers on porcelain.

This pair of Ludwigsburg dishes was made in Germany circa 1780. The outstanding quality of the hand-painted flowers is their exquisite liveliness. The flowers on the two plates are bursting with life! Hand-painted in monochrome purple each plate has a beautiful floral bouquet in the center and smaller sprigs of flowers decorating the plate as if they were strewn about.

The material is hard-paste porcelain.

Both dishes have the 18th-century factory mark of Ludwigsburg Porcelain which was two “C”s interlocked in blue, with one reversed, with a ducal coronet above as can be seen in images 7 and 8.

Dimensions: 9.25” diameter

Condition: Excellent

In stock

Background

Ludwigsburg porcelain is porcelain made at the Ludwigsburg Porcelain Manufactory founded by Charles Eugene, Duke of Württemberg, on 5 April 1758 by decree as the Herzoglich-ächte Porcelaine-Fabrique. The factory operated from the grounds of the Baroque Ludwigsburg Palace.

 

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