Author: Maureen Cassidy-GeigerPublish On: 2007-01-01
Meissen Figures , 1730–1775 : The Kaendler Period . Atglen , PA : Schiffer Publishing , 2001 . Ahnlund , Nils , ed .. Den svenska utrikespolitikens historia . Vol . 2. Stockholm : Norstedt , 1957 . Aistrup , Inga , ed .
Author: Maureen Cassidy-Geiger
Publisher: Yale University Press
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
While imported Chinese porcelain had become a valuable commodity in Europe in the seventeenth century, local attempts to produce porcelain long remained unsuccessful. At last the secret of hard-paste porcelain was uncovered, and in 1710 the first European porcelain was manufactured in Saxony. Meissen porcelain, still manufactured today, soon ranked in value with silver and gold. This thorough and lavishly illustrated volume explores the early years of Meissen porcelain and how the princes of Saxony came to use highly prized porcelain pieces as diplomatic gifts for presentation to foreign courts. An eminent team of international contributors examines the trade of Meissen with other nations, from England to Russia. They also investigate the cultural ambience of the Dresden Court, varying tastes of the markets, the wide range of porcelain objects, and their designers and makers. Individual chapters are devoted to gifts to Denmark, other German courts, the Holy Roman Empire, Italy, France, and other nations. For every Meissen collector or enthusiast, this book will be not only a treasured handbook but also a source of visual delight.
Here are Street Traders, Court Life, Military and Hunting scenes, Italian Comedy, Children, Mythology, Artisans, and various nationalities presented in exquisite detail to delight todays designers and collectors.
Author: Yvonne Adams
Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
German Meissen porcelain figures made during the Kaendler Period are considered the best era in the Meissen factorys history. They are organized here by their subjects, depicting Street Traders, Court Life, Military and Hunting scenes, Italian Comedy, Children, Mythology, Artisans, and various nationalities. Many figures are matched to the original engravings that inspired them. By recognizing the colors used when the originals were made, one can date the figures; manufacturer marks alone are not reliable. This book guides and delights todays designers and collectors by presenting the figures in exquisite detail.
134-1775 The Kandler Perid Steve Mahler Mahler Ceramics Meissen Figures 1730-1775 The Kaendler Period by Yvonne Adams This collector's guide focuses on the porcelain figures made at Meissen during the years that Johann Joachim Kaendler ...
A number of his designs served as models for Meissen porcelain figures , especially the famous series of the Monkey Band and the Cris de Paris . Cf. Y. Adams , Meissen Figures 1730–1775 . The Kaendler Period , Atglen , PA , 2001 , pp .
America's longest-running antiques price guide is updated to include up-to-date pricing, more photos, and expanded coverage with more than 500,000 listings, as well as the addition of new tables, educational notes, and comparisons. 1,500+ photos. 8-page color insert.
Author: Phillips New York (Auctioneers : 2001)Publish On: 2001
... GENTLEMAN A SET OF FOUR MEISSEN PORCELAIN FIGURES OF THE FOUR CONTINENTS CIRCA 1745 MODELED BY JOHANN JOACHIM KAENDLER ... The larger models appear prominently in the notes of Johann Joachim Kaendler ( 1706-1775 ) , Johann Friedrich ...
Here , too , the pieces from Meissen were intended merely to complement the Oriental pieces ; the idea of creating two separate ... The surviving order and delivery lists for the Japanese Palace cover the period from 1730 to about 1740.
Author: Samuel Wittwer
Publisher: Getty Publications
"Augustus the Strong (1670-1733) had long been a collector of Japanese and Chinese porcelain, and it was to house his collection that the Japanese Palace in Dresden was purchased. In 1729 Augustus enlarged the building to nearly double its original size in order to create a "porcelain palace." One gallery was to be entirely devoted to Meissen porcelain, including the exceptional animal figures that are the subject of this book and the exhibition it accompanies."--BOOK JACKET.
The wares produced during its third period , from about 1730 to 1775 , when Kaendler and Herzog controlled the factory ... and Meissen found itself out in the cold , totally unprepared as it was to " PORCELAIN FIGURE BY CONRAD HENTSCHEL ...
The wares produced during its third period , from about 1730 to 1775 , when Kaendler and Herzog controlled the factory ... and Meissen found itself out in the cold , totally unprepared as it was to PORCELAIN FIGURE BY CONRAD HENTSCHEL ...
Author: Howell G. M. EdwardsPublish On: 2021-11-09
... Kaendler (1706-1775), Modellmeister at Meissen, who designed over 1000 different figures for the manufactory, ... and who was an avid collector of the porcelains of Sevres, Nantgarw and Meissen during the period of the 1810-1820s.
Author: Howell G. M. Edwards
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Technology & Engineering
The material for this book arose from the author’s research into porcelains over many years, as a collector in appreciation of their artistic beauty , as an analytical chemist in the scientific interrogation of their body paste, enamel pigments and glaze compositions, and as a ceramic historian in the assessment of their manufactory foundations and their correlation with available documentation relating to their recipes and formulations. A discussion of the role of analysis in the framework of a holistic assessment of artworks and specifically the composition of porcelain, namely hard paste, soft paste, phosphatic, bone china and magnesian, is followed by its growth from its beginnings in China to its importation into Europe in the 16th Century. A survey of European porcelain manufactories in the 17th and 18th Centuries is followed by a description of the raw materials, minerals and recipes for porcelain manufacture and details of the chemistry of the high temperature firing processes involved therein. The historical backgrounds to several important European factories are considered, highlighting the imperfections in the written record that have been perpetuated through the ages. The analytical chemical information derived from the interrogation of specimens, from fragments, shards or perfect finished items, is reviewed and operational protocols established for the identification of a factory output from the data presented. Several case studies are examined in detail across several porcelain manufactories to indicate the role adopted by modern analytical science, with information provided at the quantitative elemental oxide and qualitative molecular spectroscopic levels, where applicable. The attribution of a specimen to a particular factory is either supported thereby or in some cases a potential reassessment of an earlier attribution is indicated. Overall, the information provided by analytical chemical data is seen to be extremely useful for porcelain identification and for its potential attribution in the context of a holistic forensic evaluation of hitherto unknown porcelain exemplars of questionable factory origins.