Meissen Blue Onion Porcelain Service

German, second half 19th century-mid-20th century. An assembled Meissen porcelain service in the Blue Onion pattern, 146 pieces in total, including two triangular serving dishes, two square serving dishes, three reticulated serving dishes, a reticulated gilt compote, a 21" fish platter, a lidded casserole dish, a round lidded vegetable dish, a handled double relish, a handled tray, a 16" ribbon platter, an 18" platter, a basket weave serving bowl, five demitasse cups and six saucers, thirteen teacups and twelve saucers, six egg cups with attached stands, eight knife rests, a lidded sugar bowl, a creamer, a lidded sauce boat, a lidded cache pot, a mustard pot, a lidded egg pan, a crescent dish, a cheese board, a gourd vase, two master salts, two double salt dips, two candlesticks, two napkin rings, and sixty-three plates and bowls of varying size. Each piece with underglaze blue crossed swords mark; largest lg. 21 in.

Provenance:Property from the collection of Dr. Helmut Liedloff, Carbondale, Illinois


Good condition.

Pieces with factory slash marks: Six egg cups, reticulated compote, lidded casserole, one candlestick, double relish, seven teacups, eight saucers, one butter pat, one demitasse cup, five saucers, the mustard pot, two salad plates, and one bread & butter plate. 

Estimate: $2,500 - $5,000
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