Meissen Blue Onion Porcelain Plate with 1815 Marks and Provenance

Meissen Blue Onion Porcelain Plate with 1815 Marks and Provenance

900.00

A very attractive Meissen 'Blue Onion' porcelain plate with 1815 marks and provenance.

The pattern remains beautiful and vibrant as do the marks. 2 paper labels to the underside give this piece an interesting and unique back story.

One stating that: "This dish was purchased from the auction of contents of the home of Sir Edward Stern, "Fan Court", Chepstey, Surrey, during 1935" Sir Edward Stern was a well known Jewish banker who was the head of Stern Bros.

He was Knighted in 1904 for recognition of his public services; he was a Fellow of King's College, London and served in the Yeomanry of Surrey for twenty years.

A small chip to the underside of the rim which is not visible from the front.

  • Height: 5.5cm

  • Diameter: 30cm

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