Pair of very fine gilt metal gueridons with Meissen porcelain tops

By Meissen Porcelain Manufactory (German, founded 1710)


Mounted on gilt metal tripods with a pierced gallery surmount, these gueridons are noteworthy for their exceptionally beautifully painted Meissen porcelain surfaces.


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These exceptional pieces are a pair of gilt metal and porcelain inlay gueridons, with porcelain tops made and painted by Meissen with beautiful, bright, vibrant floral designs.

Mounted on a pair of central column and tripod base gilt metal tables, with a pierced frieze gallery surmount, their standout feature are the beautiful porcelain charger mounted in the upper table surface. With complementary designs, they depict exceptionally colourful, bright, vibrant floral bouqeuts, painted on matching table surfaces, executed in superb German Rococo style.

The porcelain is German, 19th century, marked for Meissen with blue crossed swords mark in underglaze on the reverse, while the gueridon frames themselves are French, early 20th century. Together, they form a rare, exceptionally fine, and beautiful decorative pair, perfect either as mounts for other, light decorative wares, or as stand alone pieces in their own right, due to their exquisite artistry and execution.


Artist / Maker
By Meissen Porcelain Manufactory (German, founded 1710)
Country of Origin
French, German
Date of Manufacture
19th Century
19th Century
Floral, Meissen, Rococo
Gilt Metal, Porcelain
Gold, Multi-coloured


60 cm / 23.6 inches
34 cm / 13.4 inches


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