Here is a Carl Teichert Meissen Porcelain Serving Bowl or Soup Bowl in the Scattered Flowers Pattern. It is beautiful with colorful flowers scattered daintily throughout the bowl and gold trim encircles the scalloped edge. The colors are bright and lush and stand out beautifully against the white background. Manufactured by the Meissen Oven and Porcelain Manufactory in Germany- founded by Carl Teichert. This scalloped pattern with embossed rim and scrolling features a multicolored hand painted Dresden floral bouquet in the center with scattered flowers, butterflies and insects on the verge and rim. The condition is perfect and measure 7 ½" Diameter and 1 ½" High. The back is signed with a blue circle Meissen with a star underneath.
Please note: The manufacture of these Scattered Flowers Plates began in 1885 in Dubi. The original factory was acquired by Carl Teichert from the town of Meissen and was called the Meissen Stove and Fireclay Factory. The company copied the Meissen pattern exactly, hand painting its copies. In 1882 it registered a trademark with the name 'Meissen' which has caused confusion to this day. The mark is 'Meissen' inside an oval with a star underneath. Meissen in an oval was used 1882-1929.
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