21 November 2008
PROPERTY OF A SAINT LOUIS COLLECTOR
This lot is offered without a reserve
A MEISSEN FIGURE OF THE LACE MAKER KNOWN AS BARBARA UTTMAN
CIRCA 1740-1745, FAINT BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARK, BLACK PAINTED 50, THE MODEL BY J.F. EBERLEIN
Modeled seated on a tasseled cushion, her tatting arch on her lap
5 in. (12.6 cm.) high
With E. Pincus, New York, 1969.
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For other examples of this model, see Christie's, New York, 24 May 200, lot 25 and London, 18 May 1999, lot 260. Also see Len and Yvonne Adams, Meissen Figures, 1730-1775 The Kaendler Period, Atglen, 2001, p. 159, no. 429.
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