25 October 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
A MEISSEN FIGURE GROUP OF THE TRIUMPH OF JUNO
LATE 19TH CENTURY, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARK, INCISED O 199., IMPRESSED 125, PAINTED 69, AFTER THE MODEL BY T.P. HELMIG
In the Art Nouveau taste, the scantily clad goddess modelled seated among the clouds, a peacock beside her, attended by three putti, one offering her pearls and other holding a cornucopia and offering her a flower
9¼ in. (22.8 cm.) high
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Cf. anonymous sale, Christie's, Amsterdam, 2 November 2005, lot 153 and 1910 Meissen Catalogue, op. cit., pl. 58.
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