Four Meissen miniature figures from the so-called Dutch series.

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Four Meissen miniature figures from the so-called Dutch series.

Village for Heinrich Count von Brühl. Two grazing cows, a lying sheep, and a peasant with a cow. Naturalistic representation, partially on flat surfaces, with bases adorned with plastic flowers and leaves. Either J.J. Kaendler or J.G. Ehder. Polychrome painting. Restored. Height ranges from 4 cm to 7.5 cm. Length ranges from 6 cm to 9 cm. Designed for Count von Brühl as table decorations for festive occasions in Schloss Pförten. See Kunze-Köllensperger, Guttmann Collection, Fig. 55; Pietzsch, Schwaneservice-Meissner Porcelain for Heinrich Count von Brühl, p. 133. Four miniature porcelain figures of two cows, a sheep, and a peasant with a cow from the series "Dutch village" for Heinrich Count of Brühl in Castle Pförten. Restored. Meissen. 18th century.

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06 Feb 2024

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CountryGermany

YearXVIII век

By the manufacturer Meissen

Type Figurines

Lot location Moscow ( 77 )

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