Meissen Strewn Flowers dinnerware

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2015-06-26 10:40:01

Meissen Strewn Flowers dinnerware is porcelain dinnerware (also known as tableware) produced by German manufacturer Meissen.

 

Background

Meissen is a German porcelain manufacturer, established in 1710 in the town of Meissen. It was the first factory to produce European hard-paste porcelain.

Meissen is particularly known for its figurines of humans and animals, as well as its dinnerware. It remains one of the world’s foremost porcelain manufacturers, and continues to produce a number of styles and designs that date from the 18th and 19th centuries.

Meissen Strewn Flowers dinnerware

Meissen Strewn Flowers dinnerware features depictions of several different flowers, scattered liberally.

The pattern is most commonly found in a range of differently-sized plates, including dinner, salad, and oval varieties. However, full dinner and tea sets also exist, as well as vanity trays and ink wells.

It is one of the more recent patterns, having been produced between 1925 and 1930.

How much is Meissen Strewn Flowers dinnerware worth?

Meissen Strewn Flowers plates can achieve between $45 and $75, while a cup and saucer can be picked for around $20.

Ink wells have achieved around $30 at internet auction sites in the past.

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