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Sale IT146 Lot 2038

NYMPHENBURG PORCELAIN FIGURAL PERFUME BURNER & COVER, TWO NYMPHENBURG PORCELAIN FIGURES AND A NYMPHENBURG FIGURE GROUP German, 20th Century, green printed mark to the first, impressed Bavarian shield marks to four, crowned blue CT marks to two, impressed model nos. 230, 45, 56, 1523, all in white, the first as three putti supporting a central urn with pierced cover, the central vessel molded with a portrait medallion flanked by helmeted mask handles, suspended above an elaborate rocaille-molded candle stand; the second as a Frankenthal style figure group of an amorous couple holding roses; the third as a putto drummer, 'Trommler aus dem Puttenorchester', after the Frankenthal model by F.C. Linck; the fourth as a trumpeter, after F.A. Bustelli; together with a Meissen style figure group of an amorous couple, after the model by J.J. Kaendler of circa 1745, incised model no. 103, impressed AB, depicted seated on a raised bank embracing, h: 8.25 in. (6)

Franz Conrad Linck (1730-1793); Franz Anton Bustelli (1723-1763); Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706-1775)
Estimate $300-500

Sold for $100.00

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