Three Meissen busts
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Three Meissen busts

CIRCA 1800, THE FIRST TWO WITH BLUE CROSSED SWORDS AND STAR MARKS, THE LAST WITH AN INDISTINCT BLUE CORSSED SWORDS MARK

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Three Meissen busts
Circa 1800, the first two with blue crossed swords and star marks, the last with an indistinct blue corssed swords mark
One white biscuit example of Apollo, on a stepped square base moulded with a lyre and wreath, the second glazed, coloured and gilt, modelled as a goddess, the third a white glazed example of a maiden, probably emblematic of Summer from a set of the Seasons (minor damages throughout)
The first 5 in. (12.7 cm.) high (3)
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