Zeh Scherzer, Bavaria Germany, round scalloped porcelain plate with a transfer printed decor of a putto on a chariot, pulled by three girls, marked “Elite”, ca. 1949-91.
Zeh Scherzer, Bavaria Germany, round scalloped porcelain plate with a transfer printed decor of a putto on a chariot, pulled by three girls, marked “Elite”, ca. 1949-91.

Zeh Scherzer scalloped plate, ca. 1949-91.

diameter 24.2 cm

 65,00

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The company was founded in 1880 in Rehau by Johann Nicol Adam Zeh. His partners were Johann Michael Scherzer junior, Georg Adam Winterling, Johann Nicol Jacob junior, Johann Andreas Karl Wolfel and Johann Paulus Hertel. In 1908 the company opened its own art department. In 1910 it was transformed into a public limited company (Porzellanfabrik Zeh, Scherzer & Co. A.G.). It exported more than 70 percent of its production to the United States. The quality of Zeh Scherzer products was compared to Rosenthal or Hutschenreuther. In 1924, the company bought Porzellanfabrik Elster in Mühlhausen in Saxony and owned it until 1935. In 1992, the company stopped producing porcelain. Shown is a beautiful round scalloped porcelain plate made by the Zeh Scherzer company. In the flat, a transfer-printed character is mythological decor of a putto with bow in hand, standing on a chariot, which is pulled by three girls, dressed in translucent costumes. One of them is holding bouquets of flowers. Here and there it was painted over by hand. Around the shelf, the transition is painted green with a round frieze of gilded diamond diapers. The wide border has an olive green background with geometric figures in gold all around. The edge is gilded all around. On the glazed back we see the “Elite” mark for Zeh Scherzer in underglaze green that was used between 1949 and 1991. We also see the number “98072” and “36” stamped in red overglaze. The board is equipped with a hanging system.

Condition: perfect.

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