Meissen, around 1880. On a pink/lightgreen painted rocaillebase a lying cavalier/lady in front of an oval dish with sculptural flower work, the innerside painted with 'Ch'i-lin' decor. Crossed swords mark, incised '2863' and '2858', impressed '53'. Min. chips to flower work. 19,5 x 23 x 32 cm. Comp.: Cat. Museum of Applied Arts Cologne IV, porcelain, Cologne 1980, p. 199, fig. 141 a-b.