Kaestner Saxonia coffee set
coffee pot H 19 cm W 21 cm plate Ø 19.5 cm bag Ø 10 cm H 4 cm saucer Ø 14 cm
Initially a coal traders family, a porcelain factory was founded in 1883 by the son Friedrich Kaestner around Oberhohndorf. Not much more is known about the factory unless it made its best production in the 1930s. However, in 1971 the doors were closed.
Offered is an exclusive beautiful modern top art deco eggshell porcelain coffee set from the 1930s. It has a café au lait outer wall with only a very nice warm ivory-colored glaze. The decor was designed by Professor Henning. The service consists of a spherical coffee pot with lid, a spherical sugar bowl with lid, a milk jug, six flat round dessert plates, six cups with a fine C-shaped handle extended at the bottom and six low conical saucers on a low round base, each with café au lait. board. They are marked at the bottom on the glazed base in the center with the stamped mark of 2 crossed swords with a crown on top, sometimes in gold writing, sometimes in olive green with under the swords “Modell: Prof. Hennig ”. This mark was used from 1929 and the service dates from 1929-40. In the photos you will see examples of markings that were used during that period and that also apply to these objects. Very beautiful exclusive design with fantastic shape and color.
Condition: some point-shaped glaze defects on the milk jug, otherwise all perfect.