Large 19th century Meissen painted porcelain tray
Porcelain tray painted in the colors of blue, red and gold, in the tradition of Meissen porcelain.
The branding of the crossed blue swords is on the back of the tray.
19th century period.
The tray is in perfect condition, has no breaks or restorations.
Meissen Porcelain was one of the first European examples of porcelain production, in terms of type and technical manufacturing methods, developed from 1708 by Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus and his assistant Johann Friedrich Böttger, who had the merit of introducing the pieces to the market .
44 x 32 cm.
17.32 “x 12.6”