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Meissen Porcelain Teapot with Flower Design
By Meissen Porcelain, Rosenthal
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Meissen Porcelain teapot with flower design. Measures 24cm and is in good condition. It measures 9 1/4" long and 5 3/4" high.  
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20th Century Tea Sets

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Porcelain

  • Meissen Porcelain Teapot with Flower Design
  • Meissen Porcelain Teapot with Flower Design
  • Meissen Porcelain Teapot with Flower Design
  • Meissen Porcelain Teapot with Flower Design
H 9.45 in. W 0.04 in. D 0.04 in.
Early Meissen Porcelain Teapot circa 1715 from the Arnhold Collection
By Meissen Porcelain
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
An early Meissen porcelain teapot made circa 1715, decorated by a Dutch hausmaler circa 1730-1740. The teapot is decorated in a Kakiemon palette of turquoise, red, blue and yellow...
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Antique Early 18th Century German Other Tea Sets

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Porcelain

18th Century Meissen Miniature Turquoise-Ground Botanical Teapot and Cover
By Meissen Porcelain
Located in Downingtown, PA
Meissen Miniature Turquoise-ground Teapot and Cover, 18th Ccentury The Meissen porcelain miniature teapot has a turquoise ground with a shaped cartouche to each side with painte...
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Antique 18th Century German Georgian Tea Sets

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Porcelain

Meissen Green Ivy Vine Leaf, Teapot, Sugar Bowl, Cream Jug and Serving Tray
Located in Copenhagen, Denmark
Meissen Green Ivy Vine Leaf. Teapot, sugar bowl, cream jug and serving tray in hand-painted porcelain. 1940s. The teapot measures: 20.5 x 19 cm. The sugar bowl measures: 12 x 11 cm...
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Vintage 1940s German Porcelain

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Porcelain

19th Century Meissen Blue and White Teapot and Cream Jug
By Meissen Porcelain
Located in Worcester, Worcestershire
Manufacturer Meissen, continental Pieces Teapot & cream jug Date Late 19th century Measures: Teapot height 10.5 cm / 4 in Cream jug height 9 cm / 3 1/2 in Decorat...
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Antique 19th Century German Porcelain

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Porcelain

Meissen 'Saxe' Porcelain Teapot, circa 1728-1730
By Adam Friedrich von Löwenfinck
Located in Paris, FR
A Meissen (Saxe) porcelain teapot with polychrome Kakiemon decoration of flowers and foliage. Attributed at the painter Adam Friedrich von Löwenfinck (1714-1754) specialist of India...
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Antique Mid-18th Century German Louis XV Tea Sets

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Porcelain

Antique Meissen Teapot in Hand-Painted Porcelain with Flowers, Late 19th C.
Located in Copenhagen, Denmark
Antique Meissen teapot in hand-painted porcelain with flowers and gold decoration. Late 19th century. Measures: 17 x 11 cm. In excellent condition. Signed. 1st factory quality.
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Antique Late 19th Century German Porcelain

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Porcelain

Antique Meissen Teapot in Hand-Painted Porcelain with Red Flowers, 19th C
Located in Copenhagen, Denmark
Antique Meissen teapot in hand-painted porcelain with red flowers and gold decoration. 19th century. Museum quality. Measures: 19.5 x 11.5 cm. In excellent condition. Stamped. ...
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Antique 19th Century German Victorian Porcelain

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Porcelain

Antique Meissen teapot in hand-painted porcelain with pink roses. Early 20th C.
Located in Copenhagen, Denmark
Antique Meissen teapot in hand-painted porcelain with pink roses. Early 20th century. Measures: 21 x 19 cm. In excellent condition. Stamped. 1st factory quality.a
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Early 20th Century German Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Meissen Porcelain Teapot and Cover, circa 1740
By Meissen Porcelain
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
A fine Meissen porcelain teapot and cover, circa 1740. Well painted with scenes of peasants going about their daily life, in rural landscapes, after Teniers. Interspersed with floral...
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Antique 1740s German Rococo Ceramics

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Porcelain

  • Meissen Porcelain Teapot and Cover, circa 1740
  • Meissen Porcelain Teapot and Cover, circa 1740
  • Meissen Porcelain Teapot and Cover, circa 1740
  • Meissen Porcelain Teapot and Cover, circa 1740
H 4.34 in. W 8.08 in. D 3.55 in.
Meissen Porcelain ‘Cats and Dogs’ Teapot, c. 1830.
By Meissen Porcelain
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
An extraordinary Meissen porcelain teapot and cover, c. 1830. The globular body, moulded to one side, with a group of three cats, on a grassy mound; the other side, with a St. Bernar...
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Antique 1830s German Georgian Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Antique Meissen "Blue Onion" Teapot in Hand Painted Porcelain
Located in Copenhagen, Denmark
Antique Meissen "Blue Onion" teapot in hand painted porcelain, early 20th century. Measures: 24 x 14 cm. Stamped. In very good condition. 1st factory quality. The Meissen "oni...
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Early 20th Century German Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Antique Meissen Porcelain Teapot with Hand-Painted Decoration, 19th C
Located in Copenhagen, Denmark
Antique Meissen porcelain teapot with hand-painted gold decoration, flowers and insects. 19th century. Measures: 22.5 x 15 cm. In very good condition. Glued handle. Stamped.
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Antique 19th Century German Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Antique Meissen Teapot with Gold and Flower Decoration, 19th Century
Located in Copenhagen, Denmark
Antique Meissen teapot with gold and flower decoration, 19th century. Measures: 24 x 16.5 cm. 1st factory quality. Wear in gold and hairline crack. Stamped.   
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Antique 19th Century German Victorian Porcelain

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Porcelain

Porcelain Teapot Meissen, 18th Century
By Meissen Porcelain
Located in Belmont, MA
Porcelain Teapot Meissen (1740-80). Beautifully painted with flowers. The lid is decorated with a three-dimensional rose. Underglaze blue crossed sword mark with dot, which was used ...
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Antique 1790s German Louis XVI Porcelain

Chinese ‘Meissen’ Porcelain Teapot, c. 1760, Qianlong Period
By Chinese Jesus
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
Rare Chinese ‘Export’ porcelain teapot and cover, c. 1760, Qianlong Period. Hand painted in the Meissen style, with panels of merchants in conversation, before harbour scenes. The pa...
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Antique 1750s Chinese Chinese Export Ceramics

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Porcelain

Meissen Streublumen Tea Set for 10 with Cups and Saucers, Cake Plates and Teapot
Located in Boston, MA
This is a wonderful Meissen streublumen tea set with 10 teacups and saucers, 10 cake plates and a teapot. The cups have enchanting animal handles and the teapot has an animal spout. ...
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Vintage 1930s German Neoclassical Tea Sets

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Porcelain

A Rare Meissen Porcelain Teapot, Germany, 19th Century
Located in Rancho Santa Fe, CA
A fine and rare Meissen porcelain teapot, of melon form with cobalt blue border, painted and gilded florals, the lid decorated with a molded rose bud finial, the handle and spout in ...
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Antique 19th Century German Porcelain

Meissen Teapot with Foot Warmer, circa 1830
By Johann Joachim Kaendler
Located in Bergen, NL
Meissen teapot with foot warmer. Richly decorated with flowers and fruits. Porcelain. This outstanding example of early Meissen pottery was originally made circa 1765 by the Meissen ...
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Antique 1830s German Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

  • Meissen Teapot with Foot Warmer, circa 1830
  • Meissen Teapot with Foot Warmer, circa 1830
  • Meissen Teapot with Foot Warmer, circa 1830
  • Meissen Teapot with Foot Warmer, circa 1830
H 16.54 in. W 10.63 in. D 10.63 in.
19th Century Elite Limoges France Miniature Hand-Painted Teapot
By Meissen Porcelain
Located in Washington Crossing, PA
19th century elite Limoges France miniature hand-painted teapot.  
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Antique 19th Century German Porcelain

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Porcelain

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Meissen Teapot For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal meissen teapot for your home. Each meissen teapot for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using ceramic and porcelain. There are many kinds of the meissen teapot you’re looking for, from those produced as long ago as the 18th Century to those made as recently as the 20th Century. Each meissen teapot bearing Georgian, Louis XVI or Neoclassical hallmarks is very popular. A well-made meissen teapot has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by Meissen Porcelain are consistently popular.

How Much is a Meissen Teapot?

Prices for a meissen teapot start at $299 and top out at $20,000 with the average selling for $598.

Finding the Right Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass for You

Your dining room table is a place where stories are shared and personalities shine — why not treat yourself and your guests to the finest antique and vintage glass, silver, ceramics and serveware for your meals?

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