This is a beautiful pair of Dresden style salt or bonbon dishes in the late 18th century manner. This pair are masterfully crafted in fine porcelain, hand-painted with gilded highlights to emphasise their importance. There is no mistaking their superior quality and unique design, which is certain to make them a talking point at your dining table. Not to mention adding a very special something to your display collection. The dishes were a symbol of wealth at the time due to the luxury of being able to afford salt as a seasoning in the period in which they are based. RA 1397 Each dish features a figure sitting holding the dish, smartly dressed in clothes of the period. One is female, the other male. The gilding features along the rim of the dishes and in detailing on the figures and bases. Condition This pair of bonbon dishes is in excellent condition. Please see photos for confirmation of their condition. Dimensions Male: H 18.5 cm (7.25 in) x W 32 cm (11.5 in) x D20 cm (8 in) Female: H 19 cm (7.5 in) x W 32 cm (11.5 in) x D20 cm (8.0 in) Don?t miss out on this amazing opportunity to own this impressive pair of salt / bon bon dishes for a fraction of the normal retail value. Do take advantage of this offer. Items of this quality is rarely found at this price.
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