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Lot number: 1038114

MEISSEN Prunkpendule "Die vier Elemente", 20. Jh.

Entwurf von Friedrich Elias Meyer 1754, Neorokoko-Modell auf drei Rocaillenfüßen, rundes Ziffernblatt umgeben von applizierten Blüten und einer Schlange, die sich in den Schwanz beißt sowie 4 Putten m...

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Entwurf von Friedrich Elias Meyer 1754, Neorokoko-Modell auf drei Rocaillenfüßen, rundes Ziffernblatt umgeben von applizierten Blüten und einer Schlange, die sich in den Schwanz beißt sowie 4 Putten mit den jeweiligen Attributen der 4 Elemente, als Uhrenbekrönung "die Luft", Putto mit einem Vogel in der rechten Hand, seitlich "das Wasser", Putto mit einem Fisch sowie "das Feuer", Putto mit einem Feuer speienden Drachen und unten "die Erde", Putto mit einem Füllhorn, begleitet vom Kopf eines Wolfes, reiche Blütenapplikation, polychrome Staffage, Ziervergoldung, unterglasurblaue Schwertermarke, 3 Schleifstriche (d.h. wurde nur an die Belegschaft der Manufaktur verkauft), H. ca. 46 cm, Schlüssel anbei, min. Altersspuren, kleines Teil des Erdelements gebrochen und anbei.

| MEISSEN "The Four Elements" Clock, 20th century.
Design by Friedrich Elias Meyer 1754, neo-rococo model on three rocaille feet, round clock face surrounded by applied flowers and a snake biting its tail as well as 4 putti with the respective attributes of the 4 elements, as clock crown "the air", putto with a bird in his right hand, on the side "the water", putto with a fish as well as "the fire", putto with a fire-breathing dragon and at the bottom "the earth", putto with a cornucopia, accompanied by the head of a wolf, rich floral application, polychrome staffage, ornamental gilding, underglaze blue sword mark, 3 grinding marks (i.e. was only sold to staff). h. approx. 46 cm, key enclosed, min. traces of age, small part of the earth element broken and enclosed.

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