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Two Meissen figures of Cupid in Disguise as gardeners
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Two Meissen figures of Cupid in Disguise as gardeners

CIRCA 1750, THE SECOND WITH INDISTINCT BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARK

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Two Meissen figures of Cupid in Disguise as gardeners
Circa 1750, the second with indistinct blue crossed swords mark
The first modelled as a boy in a yellow cap, open puce waistcoat and yellow apron, holding a wooden board with an apple, a pear and a knife on top, and two spindles in his left hand against which rests a spade, the second as a girl in a mauve hat, yellow shirt and green apron, holding an oval pierced-topped basket in her left hand and a fish in her right hand, both on oval bases applied with flowers (both with some chipping and restoration, the tail of the fish of the second figure lacking)
3 3/8 in. (8.5 cm.) and 3 5/8 in. (9.2 cm.) high (2)
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