8 December 2003
A Frankenthal figure of an Oriental
Circa 1770, blue crowned CT monogram mark, incised L. (?)
Modelled by Karl Gottlieb Lück, wearing a large yellow-lined floppy white conical hat, a red-flowered white robe tied at the waist with a purple-striped sash, red and purple striped pantaloons and yellow shoes, standing before a tree-stump on a grassy circular mound base edged with gilt scrolls (stem of pipe lacking and chipping to left hand, minute chip to moustache and two minute chips to footrim of base)
4 in. (10 cm.) high
Museo Castello del Buonconsiglio, Trento, inv. M.N. n. 542.
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Alfed Ziffer, 1991, pp. 108-9, no. 57.
See illustration on page 47
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