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A Meissen figure of a dancing shepherdess
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A Meissen figure of a dancing shepherdess

CIRCA 1750, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARK

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A Meissen figure of a dancing shepherdess
Circa 1750, blue crossed swords mark
Modelled by J.J. Kändler standing before a tree-stump and playing the tambourine, with flowers in her hair and a scarf tied around her head, wearing a pale-yellow flowered jacket with puce-laced bodice, flowered apron and puce flowered skirt, a sheep reclining at her feet, on a scroll-moulded mound base applied with flowers and foliage (leaves lacking from tree-stump, slight chipping to edge of apron, dress, flowers and foliage)
8½ in. (21.5 cm.) high
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