London, South Kensington
28 February 2002
A Frankenthal figure of Columbine
from the Commedia dell'Arte series, modelled as a young girl, wearing a black headscarf, white dress with stripped skirts, and a pale-yellow apron, standing, holding a fan in on hand, the hem of her apron in the other, on mound base moulded and gilt with scrolls, blue crowned CT mark and AB 6, gilt iv and inscribed S.2, circa 1785 (some minute chips) -- 11.5cm. high
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See lot 463 sold at Christie's King Street, 24 February 1997 which also includes Capitano and another figure of Columbine in dancing pose.
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