This outstanding matched pair of plates are both nine and a quarter inches in diameter and feature lovely painted bouquets of mixed flowers. Carl Eugen, the duke of Wurttemberg, hired Joseph Ringler to run the porcelain factory that he established in 1758. The factory began to decline in 1776 when the duke changed his residence to Stuttgart. One is in perfect condition and the other has some gilt wear on the rim and a small area of repaint on the rim (shown) probably to hide a short hairline.


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ITEM ID
C260
TYPE
Pottery
PURPOSE
Baskets, Plates
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Laureate Antiques

Antique Ludwigsburg Basketweave-Molded Plates with Puce Flower Bouquets c.1765.

$450


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