- Museum number
Cream-jug and cover; porcelain; bulbous-shaped body with lip spout with moulded acanthus ornament, scroll handle with shell-shaped thumb-piece; greenish-buff ground with two shaped panels on body depicting two harbour scenes, painted in colours; rest of body covered with two large oriental style flower sprays; gilt edging; marked; cover with bulbous shaped knop and coloured same as jug; two small scenes, landscape and harbour view and two flower sprays on top; lip-spout with chips off one side.
- Production date
- 1740 (circa)
Diameter: 4.50 centimetres (base)
Height: 11 centimetres (with cover)
- Curator's comments
- A tea canister, c. 1740, with the same decoration of an olive-green ground with indianische Blumen and 'Kauffahtei' or harbour scenes in the style of Christian Friedrich Herold is in the Wark Collection, AG.2000.2.24, see Pietsch, Ulrich, Early Meissen Porcelain: The Wark Collection from the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, 2011, cat. no. 419.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- Registration number