Plaue Thüringen Von Schierholz, superb hand modeled porcelain round bowl of compote, carried by 4 putti, flowers and foliage in relief, hand painted with various enamel colours, ca. 1910-1920.
Plaue Thüringen Von Schierholz, superb hand modeled porcelain round bowl of compote, carried by 4 putti, flowers and foliage in relief, hand painted with various enamel colours, ca. 1910-1920.

Plaue Thüringen, large porcelain bowl resting on 4 putti, ca. 1910-20.

H 16 cm Bowl H 10 cm Ø 20 cm Putti H 15 cm

 250,00

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The porcelain that characterizes the Plaue porcelain factory, as we know it today, was made around 1840 by the trained and talented modeller Karl Wilhelm Herrmann John, who also worked as an embellisher and painter. The modeller Edmund Haase, who was hired on 01.04.1884, had an even greater influence on the creation of Plaue’s collection of shapes. From his hand come the The most beautiful rococo models, which were in the constant supply of the factory until the end, and numerous designs for flowers, which were used as floral decorations and decorations. Edmund Hase favored the factory until his death in 1914. Another modeller is Oskar Sieder, who was hired in 1873 and who enriched the range with his 40 years of work, together with Edmund Haase. Among the porcelain painters of the von Schierholz factory, Karl Schiller, Löffler and Franz Schröder deserve special mention. We show a beautiful large porcelain hand modeled round bowl or compote or table centerpiece, with scalloped gilded rim, supported by four superbly elaborate and painted putti or cherubs, with fifteen highly detailed flowers and foliage in raised relief. Everything is hand modeled and hand painted with various enamel colours. The four cherubim are almost naked except for a light blue loincloth and they rest on both feet. The body has a flesh-colored tint, has a nicely detailed head with a fine face with blue eyes and red lips and a greyish curly hairdo with separate hairlines. They all have two wings on their backs. The round cylindrical bowl has a milky white glaze, both on the outside and inside. The edge is deeply scalloped with gilded outline. Special are the fifteen imposed flowers on the outside, which are hand modeled in great detail and hand painted in various colours. Between these flowers there is a light green network of stems, also in relief. Inside, the bottom is decorated with a floral bouquet that is hand-painted with various flowers in various shades of color. The unglazed bottom bears the number “52” in manganese color and also the embossed number “439”. It is remarkable that there is no manufacturer’s mark. Was this accidentally forgotten? However, the characteristics and quality of the bowl are such that it is almost certainly an object made by the Thüringen Plaue manufacturer during the Von Schierholz period between 1907 and the 1920s.
 
Condition: perfect!

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