25 October 2007
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TWO MEISSEN FIGURES OF YOUNG BOYS AND TWO FIGURES OF LADIES
LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARKS, THE FIRST WITH INCISION AND POSSIBLY OUTSIDE-DERCORATED, INCISED F.49, E.94., F 32. AND F 50., VARIOUS IMPRESSED AND PAINTED NUMERALS, THE SECOND AFTER THE MODEL BY M.V. ACIER AND G.J. JÜCHTZER, THE THIRD AND FOURTH AFTER ACIER
The first modelled as a seated boy crying because he is tethered to his chair, the second as a boy astride a hobby horse, the third as a woman emblematic of love standing beside a rustic column, the last a seated woman with a dog on her lap looking at its reflection in a mirror
6½ in. (16.5 cm.) high, the second (4)
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Cf. Berling, op. cit., table 20, fig. 2 (the seated lady).
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