A large Meissen model of Count Brühl's Tailor, second half 19th century
Lot 107
A large Meissen model of Count Brühl's Tailor, second half 19th century
Sold for £9,000 (US$ 15,127) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A large Meissen model of Count Brühl's Tailor, second half 19th century
After the 18th century model by J.J. Kaendler, wearing a black bag with tailor's accoutrements over his shoulder and other hung on the shaggy goat, wearing a pale yellow jacket decorated with flowers and gilt brocade, flower-patterned waistcoat, iron-red breeches and black riding boots, 44cm high, crossed swords mark in blue, incised 107, impressed numeral (some damage)

Footnotes

  • A similar model is illustrated by John Sandon, Meissen Porcelain (2010), cover illustration.
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  1. Nette Megens
    Specialist - European Ceramics
    Bonhams
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    United Kingdom
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