Cf. Berling, op. cit., table 1, colour figs. 4 and 5; Menhausen, op. cit., pp. 162-3; Morely-Fletcher, op. cit., p. 63; and Walcha, op. cit., pp. 482-3, fig. 110 for illustrations of these models.
The original of the above models were made by Kändler in 1737 for Count von Brühl's Plat-de-Ménage. Count Heinrich Brühl was minister and favorite to Augustus III. Famed for his fashion sense, he was appointed administator of the Meissen factory from 1733 to 1763.