Antique Meissen Porcelain.

Antique tableware plate.
Dinner plate
Circa 1750-1760.
Meissen tableware circa 1730.
Tea bowl and
saucer. Circa 1730.
Antique Meissen tableware.
Tea cup and
saucer. Circa 1765.

Meissen tea cup and
saucer. Circa 1750.

Tea bowl and
saucer. Circa 1750.

Dinner plate.
Circa 1765.

Tea cup and
saucer. Circa 1765.
Meissen saucer
Saucer.
About 1740-1745

Meissen dinner plate.
Circa 1755.

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In 1724/1725 Horoldt compiled a sketchbook, the so-called Schultz-Codex, containing more than thousand drawings with Chinese themes. Of 36 painters working for Höroldt in 1731, there were four who particularly close to him in style: J.C.Horn, P.E. Schindler, J.E. Stadler and C.F. Herold. A.F. Lowenfinck's manner should also be seen in this context. In the early years the production consisted mainly of tea and coffee services. The porcelain had the early creamy appearance, which was only gradually replaced by the white.