8 December 2003
A Frankenthal hunting group
1771, blue crowned CT monogram over 71 mark, incised A No 2
Modelled by Karl Gottlieb Lück, with three huntsmen, each in black tricorn hats, green jackets, yellow breeches and high black boots, one wearing yellow gloves and on a white stallion, the other two gralloching a stag, a hound eating some of the entrails, another hound sniffing the stag's head, on a high grassy mound base applied with moss, flowers and foliage and edged with gilt scrolls (horse broken from base through two legs and restuck, further damages and restorations, hound's tails and horse's front right leg porcelain replacements)
7 in. (17.9 cm.) high
Museo Castello del Buonconsiglio, Trento, inv. M.N. n. 540.
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Alfred Ziffer, 1991, pp. 106-7, no. 56.
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