Meissen Art Nouveau Dinner Set Royal Blue Gold Six Persons Hans Hentschel c.1915
Shipping cost: €600,00
We invite you here to look at a splendid as well as rarest Meissen Art Nouveau Dinner Set for six persons consisting of 24 pieces: White porcelain, borders painted in Royal Blue and Gold. Form type so-said "T-GLATT" (which means smooth form) = round form type with smooth surface. MARKS: There is at reverse side of dinner set's pieces MEISSEN SWORD MARK (underglazed) with Pommels on Hilts existing. Various former's numbers visible. MODEL NUMBER T 21 - T 42. MADE CIRCA 1915 - 24. FIRST QUALITY. DESIGN: HANS RUDOLF HENTSCHEL (Berlin-Coelln 1869 - 1951 Meissen). Hans R. Hentschel was a German porcelain painter and etcher. His younger brother was the well-known Konrad Hentschel (1872 – 1907) who died early: Both artists are the most important representatives of Art Nouveau period in Meissen. - Hans Rudolf Hentschel created various painted decorations as well as some new types of dishes (among them the most important Meissen Art Nouveau Dinner Set called "T-glatt" we're presenting here). - Henschtel created this set we're presenting here before First Wold War, before 1914. THIS MEISSEN DINNER SET CONSISTS OF 24 PIECES: 6 soup plates / 6 dinner plates / 6 dessert - appetizer plates / 1 large lidded tureen with so-said presentoir / 1 large four-sided bowl / 1 large round serving platter / 1 large oblong serving platter for fish / 1 sauce boat with saucer. SHIPPING: Due to many parts of this set, there will be at least 2 double boxes in which all parts of this dinner set have to be wrapped & packed. Much bubble material will be used and it will be packed with greatest care (we have experience with world-wide shipping since 12 years).
Place of origin:
20H x 32DI
7,87H x 12,60DI
Creator / Artist:
Excellent; there aren't any chips, splinters, cracks etc. existing