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A Meissen porcelain figure of a boy disguised as a sultan

CIRCA 1760, WITH FAINT UNDERGLAZE BLUE CROSSED SWORDS AND PRESSNUMMER 25

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A Meissen porcelain figure of a boy disguised as a sultan
Circa 1760, with faint underglaze blue crossed swords and Pressnummer 25
Gilt and painted in colours, modelled by J.J. Kaendler, the standing young boy wearing: a turban, a lilac vest enhanced with Indianische Blumen, a fur-lined yellow cloak and blue trousers, holding a stick, on oval rocaille base
12.6 cm. high
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Christie's charges a Buyer's premium calculated at 23.205% of the hammer price for each lot with a value up to €110,000. If the hammer price of a lot exceeds €110,000 then the premium for the lot is calculated at 23.205% of the first €110,000 plus 11.9% of any amount in excess of €110,000. Buyer's Premium is calculated on this basis for each lot individually.

Lot Essay

Cf. O. Walcha, Meissner Porzellan, Dresden, 1973, p.484 ill.117.
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