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19th Century German Porcelain Collectibles

Collectible Antique Meissen Porcelain Bottle Stops
By Meissen Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This pair of Meissen bottle stops each feature cork bottoms which are attached to the porcelain with gilt bands. The porcelain is shaped as male heads, one wearing a white hat and th...

Antique Late 19th Century German Belle Époque Porcelain



19th Century C. M. Hutschenreuther Hand-Painted Porcelain Plaque "Ruth"
By Lorenz Hutschenreuther
Located in Cincinnati, OH
This 19th century hand-painted oval plaque was made in Hohenberg, Bavaria by porcelain manufactory C. M. Hutschenreuther. The plaque has a convex form and features a hand-painted ima...

Antique Late 19th Century German Rococo Revival More Furniture and Colle...


Porcelain, Wood

Gothic Revival Carved Oak and KPM Porcelain Triptych
By KPM Porcelain
Located in London, GB
The triptych comprises a trio of porcelain plaques, depicting the patron saints of the German city of Cologne (Köln) by the renowned Berlin manufacturer KPM (Konigliche Porzellan-Man...

Antique 19th Century German Gothic Revival Religious Items


Porcelain, Oak

Seven Miniature Furstenberg Biscuit Porcelain Busts of English Men of Letters
By Furstenberg Porcelain
Located in New York, NY
Seven Furstenberg miniature busts of English men of letters, early 19th century together with a William IV Amboyna two-door glazed cabinet. Including, Locke, Dryden, Garrick, Pope.

Antique Early 19th Century German William IV Models and Miniatures


Amboyna, Porcelain, Wood

Papal Tazza by KPM
By KPM Porcelain
Located in New Orleans, LA
Created for Pope Pius VII by the special order of King Friedrich Wilhelm III as a symbol of peace and friendship, this incredible, monumentally sized porcelain tazza was crafted by K...

Antique 19th Century German Other Religious Items



Papal Tazza by KPM
H 13.75 in. Dm 20.5 in.
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