SOLD Continental Porcelain Flower-Encrusted Inkwell, 19th Century
SOLD Continental Porcelain Flower-Encrusted Inkwell, 19th Century, the body of pointed foliate form, issuing a handle to center, the entire surface encrusted with carnations, roses, morning glories, and other flowers. The inkwells of cylindrical form, each topped by the figure of a bee. The base painted with a medium green ground, with undulating twig-form foot. All painted in bright enamel hues.
Marked in underglaze blue with Meissen-style crossed batons and dot.
5" H. x 10.5" W. x 7" D.
Very good condition. Some typical chips to flower petals.