Bowl and cover, porcelain, with two-handles, glazed, decorated with landscapes scratched with a diamond-point tool and filled-in with lamp black or charcoal; on the bowl a bird seated in a tree with fruit on the ground, on the other side a beehive(?) in a landscape with a ruin; gnarled handles with stems of applied flowers springing from the terminals; maker's mark; inside of rim unglazed; cover has four landscape scenes in the same manner as the bowl and a knop in the form of an applied bud and leaf.
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