London, South Kensington
29 November 2001
Two German figures of a lady and gentleman
emblematic of Summer and Winter from a set of the Seasons, she with ears of corn in her hair, wearing a black bodice with apron and flower sprigged skirts, modelled standing holding a sheaf of corn, he wearing black hat, a pink yellow-lined cape, jacket and black breeches, modelled standing beside a brassier, on mound bases, underglaze blue and inscribed marks, late 19th century -- 19.5cm. and 20cm. high (2)
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Cf. Angelika Lorenz, et al, Weisses Gold aus Fürstenberg (1988), p. 264 and 265, pl. 198 and 200.
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