2 June 2014
A PORCELAIN FIGURE OF A HORSE BREEDER
BY THE KOZLOV PORCELAIN FACTORY, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1820-1830s
Modelled and painted as a horse breeder, wearing a blue jacket and ochre pants, on a naturalistic rectangular base with gilt border, marked under base with impressed factory mark
7½ in. (19 cm.) high
With Galerie Popoff, Paris (label under base).
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For a similar model of a horse breeder, see V. A. Popov, Russian Porcelain: Private Factories, Leningrad, 1980, no. 98 (part).
A porcelain figure of a jockey (a pair to the present lot) was sold Christie’s, London, 25 November 2013, lot 313.
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