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A Cumberland Dinner and Tea Service,


porcelain, 81 pieces: 12 dinner plates diameter 26.5 cm, 12 consommé cups with 12 saucers diameter 17 cm, 12 hors d’œuvre plates diameter 22 cm, 12 dessert plates diameter 17.5 cm, 1 oval soup tureen with cover and lemon finial height 19 cm, length 28 cm, 1 sauce tureen with attached saucer height 9.5 cm, length 26 cm, 1 round bowl height 5 cm, diameter 26.5 cm, 1 circular platter diameter 36.5 cm, 1 teapot with cover height 15 cm, 6 teacups with 6 saucers diameter 14.5 cm, 2 mocha cups with 2 saucers diameter 14 cm, the lobed retracted body with folds, gold and light blue edges, gold-painted borders with leafy tendrils and bouquets of flowers, colourfully painted flower branches, small and large bouquets of flowers with diverse polychrome painted roses, peonies, morning glories, tulips and asters, butterflies and beetles in natural colours, gadrooned lidded tureen, gilt and blue heightened rocaille handles and cut lemon with sprig of leaves as finial
Nymphenburg, Germany, impressed and underglaze green lozenge shield, c. 1970, pattern no. 1574 ‘Rococo’, designed in around 1760–1763, painted décor by Joseph Zächenberger 1760–1770 (Ru)

Lit.:
Alfred Ziffer, Nymphenburger Porzellan, Sammlung Bäuml, 1997, p 133 ff ill. 3030 ff; Josef Zächenberger, Munich 1732-1802, was trained by his father Anton Zächenberger and J. Ruffini. He worked as a flower painter at the manufactory from 1760-1770, creating the most lavish flower paintings. He was also active as a history and landscape painter.
In 1772-1779, he created a wall and ceiling decoration for the former Palais Tattenbach in Munich.
Fran Anton Bustelli, 1754-1763 model master at the manufactory created a magnificent rococo-style service for the Bavarian court, the first Electoral Court Service (“Churfürstliches Hofservice”) at the Wittelsbach Court, painted by Joseph Zächenberger in 1765. Based on this service, the Porzellan-Manufaktur Nymphenburg created an extensive table decoration from 1912 onwards as a gift from the province of Hanover for the wedding of Ernst August, Duke of Brunswick and Lüneburg, son of the last Duke of Cumberland, with Victoria Luise, daughter of the last German Emperor Wilhelm II. “Cumberland” features the world’s most elaborate floral decoration. According to the Manufactory, a painter needs up to three weeks to complete a single plate.

Expert: Ursula Rohringer Ursula Rohringer
+43-1-515 60-382

ursula.rohringer@dorotheum.at

02.06.2021 - 16:00

Odhadní cena:
EUR 30.000,- do EUR 40.000,-

A Cumberland Dinner and Tea Service,


porcelain, 81 pieces: 12 dinner plates diameter 26.5 cm, 12 consommé cups with 12 saucers diameter 17 cm, 12 hors d’œuvre plates diameter 22 cm, 12 dessert plates diameter 17.5 cm, 1 oval soup tureen with cover and lemon finial height 19 cm, length 28 cm, 1 sauce tureen with attached saucer height 9.5 cm, length 26 cm, 1 round bowl height 5 cm, diameter 26.5 cm, 1 circular platter diameter 36.5 cm, 1 teapot with cover height 15 cm, 6 teacups with 6 saucers diameter 14.5 cm, 2 mocha cups with 2 saucers diameter 14 cm, the lobed retracted body with folds, gold and light blue edges, gold-painted borders with leafy tendrils and bouquets of flowers, colourfully painted flower branches, small and large bouquets of flowers with diverse polychrome painted roses, peonies, morning glories, tulips and asters, butterflies and beetles in natural colours, gadrooned lidded tureen, gilt and blue heightened rocaille handles and cut lemon with sprig of leaves as finial
Nymphenburg, Germany, impressed and underglaze green lozenge shield, c. 1970, pattern no. 1574 ‘Rococo’, designed in around 1760–1763, painted décor by Joseph Zächenberger 1760–1770 (Ru)

Lit.:
Alfred Ziffer, Nymphenburger Porzellan, Sammlung Bäuml, 1997, p 133 ff ill. 3030 ff; Josef Zächenberger, Munich 1732-1802, was trained by his father Anton Zächenberger and J. Ruffini. He worked as a flower painter at the manufactory from 1760-1770, creating the most lavish flower paintings. He was also active as a history and landscape painter.
In 1772-1779, he created a wall and ceiling decoration for the former Palais Tattenbach in Munich.
Fran Anton Bustelli, 1754-1763 model master at the manufactory created a magnificent rococo-style service for the Bavarian court, the first Electoral Court Service (“Churfürstliches Hofservice”) at the Wittelsbach Court, painted by Joseph Zächenberger in 1765. Based on this service, the Porzellan-Manufaktur Nymphenburg created an extensive table decoration from 1912 onwards as a gift from the province of Hanover for the wedding of Ernst August, Duke of Brunswick and Lüneburg, son of the last Duke of Cumberland, with Victoria Luise, daughter of the last German Emperor Wilhelm II. “Cumberland” features the world’s most elaborate floral decoration. According to the Manufactory, a painter needs up to three weeks to complete a single plate.

Expert: Ursula Rohringer Ursula Rohringer
+43-1-515 60-382

ursula.rohringer@dorotheum.at


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Aukce: Möbel und Antiquitäten
Datum: 02.06.2021 - 16:00
Místo konání aukce: Wien | Palais Dorotheum
Prohlídka: 27.05. - 02.06.2021