12 - 13 October 2009
THREE PORCELAIN FIGURES
by the Kornilov Brothers Porcelain Factory, St Petersburg, and by the Kozlov Factory, Moscow, 19th century
Realistically modelled, the first figure of a dancing woman in a blue sarafan, the gilt rim with ciselé decoration; together with a figure of a peasant wearing a red hat, white shirt and blue waistcoat, both on shaped naturalistic bases, both marked under base with brown Kornilov Factory mark, the second figure with pencilled numbers '539' and '559' under rim; the third figure of a bearded man in a brown coat, pushing a wheelbarrow of logs, on a rectangular base with gilt borders, marked under base with incised Cyrillic monogram 'PK' and brown overglaze 'L'
the first figure 7¼ in. (18.5 cm.) high and smaller (3)
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