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Pair of Meissen porcelain ewers emblematic of the elements

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A pair of 19th century Meissen porcelain ewers represents the Elements: Earth and Air.
Each vase is an incredible piece of artwork, interpreting one of the elements into a stunning vase form of unsurpassed quality and execution. First introduced by Meissen artist Johann Joachim Kändler around 1735 the Four Elements represent that height of his achievements with fine porcelain creations.

Earth is represented by a detailed hunt scene and presided over by Pan, the Greek god of woods and fields. Air is portrayed with flying birds and billowing clouds, all under the reign of Juno, the goddess who personifies air, and her peacock.

Each ewer is marked to the underside with Meissen blue crossed swords.