12 - 13 October 2009
A large porcelain model of a Bolognese Terrier
by the Popov Porcelain Factory, Moscow, 19th century
Realistically modelled, in biscuit porcelain with black glazing, in a seated position with attentive gaze, marked under base with incised Cyrillic 'P' and incised partially visible '19'
8½ in. (21.5 cm.) high
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Paris, Salle Pleyel, Exposition Pouchkine et son époque, 1937.
This model is after a Meissen figure modelled by Johann Joachim Kändler, circa 1769.
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