Tureen and Stand

MAKER:
Maker

Charles Kandler ( German, 1727 - 1750 )

DATE:
1728
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General Description

This bold baroque soup tureen and stand was made in London in 1728 by the well-known German silversmith Charles Kandler, who trained at the Saxon court in Dresden in the early 18th century. His younger brother, Johann Joachim Kaendler, one of Europe's most important sculptor-modelers, produced work in porcelain of nearly identical form.