This gorgeous Meissen dish was produced during the Kuehn period (1833-70) at the Meissen factory. During this period many new innovations were introduced. Luster gold is one of them and it remains bright after baking. This rectangular dish is molded with leaves and cartouches,etc. and outlined with the gold. It is remarkable that this piece is so old, and yet there is little or no wearing to the gilding. It has been well taken care of over the years. It is a handsome cabinet piece! The measurements are: 8-1/2" x 11" and approximately 2" high. There are the crossed swords on the back and some numbers I cannot read. It is in mint condition!
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