London, South Kensington
7 June 2001
Two Meissen figures of children
one modelled as a boy, kneeling on a mound playing with a hound, the other as a girl standing feeding a lamb with milk, on shaped oval scroll-moulded bases, blue crossed swords marks, Pressnummern 122 and 127, incised numerals, circa 1880 (the boy's hat restored, the lamb's left ear lacking, small chips to lace) - 11.5cm. high
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