A very large Meissen porcelain dinner service with floral motifs
Largest oval dish: height 6cm, width 45cm, depth 35cm
This beautiful and vast dinner service was made by the Meissen porcelain manufactory in 1910 – the two-hundredth year of this great firm – and features a variety of pieces decorated with elegantly simple floral motifs. A great bicentennial set, this remarkable dinner service is demonstrative of Meissen’s exemplary output.
The set consists of works of all kinds, including: 14 flat plates, 10 soup plates, 10 dessert plates, 22 snack plates, 6 consommé cups with their plates, 2 circular legume bowls, 2 rectangular legume bowls, 3 sauce boats (one with a presentation plate), 4 fruit bowls, circular bowl, 3 oval bowls, salad bowl, 4 radish bowls, almond bowl, 4 candlestick holders, 2 vases, cachepot, 4 egg cups, 20 bread plates of different sizes, and a coffee set consisting of: 2 coffee pots, 2 teapots, 3 milk jugs, 2 compoteras (one with presentation plate), 5 coffee cups with saucers, 12 tea cups with saucers, 6 cups with lids, 6 small bowls and 2 cups.