saucer / cup
'Trembleuse' two handed cup with saucer; porcelain; decorated in gold; two painted enamel quayside scenes within shaped reserves on each; rims shaped and riveted and beaten to resemble metal; cup: scrolled handles with plain white inside; saucer: pale green underside; central coloured flower spray on white ground; raised band of trellising in white and gold; blue underglaze mark on cup; incised mark on saucer.
- Made in: Berlin
- (Europe,Germany,Berlin (state),Berlin (city))
- Height: 7.1 centimetres (cup)
- Diameter: 7.5 centimetres (cup)
- Diameter: 14.1 centimetres (saucer)
- Height: 4.2 centimetres (saucer)
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCT914
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