London, South Kensington
20 March 1997
Two Meissen figures of dancers
later decorated, modelled by Paul Scheurich, from the Russian Ballet 'Carnival', the male dancer modelled striding forward, his hand on his chest, wearing a long coat and checked trousers, Chiarina with her arms raised, wearing a hat, flowered bodice and a flounced skirt, on spreading bases, blue crossed swords marks, incised D284 and D286, Pressnummern 154 and 131, circa 1913-24 (minor damages and restoration) -- 14cm. and 16cm. high
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Robert Röntgen, The Book of Meissen, (Atglen, PA. 1996) p.162, fig.159 for male figure.
Cf. an example of Chiarina sold by Sotheby's, London 27th February 1996, lot 174.
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