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Sale IT157 Lot 6051

THREE HUTSCHENREUTHER PORCELAIN FIGURES AND AN ALKA PUTTO
including 'L.H.R. Hutschenreuther Female Nude, after the Bath (Nach Dem Bade)', Selb, Germany, third quarter 20th Century, green printed lion mark, paper label model no. 1857/10 and 145/342, impressed K. TUTTER for the modeler Karl Tutter (1883-1969, master porcelain maker, painter and sculptor), depicted kneeling fixing her hair, h: 7 in.; 'L.H.S. Hutschenreuther Putto Emblematic of Autumn', Selb, Germany, mid-20th Century, green printed lion mark and gilt 16, in the manner of Bustelli, designed by Carl Werner, modeled eating grapes, on a gilt enriched cartouche-molded pedestal, h: 5.75 in.; 'L.H.S. Hutschenreuther Cherubic Boy and Two Rabbits', Selb, Germany, mid-20th Century, green printed lion mark, impressed K. TUTTER for the modeler Karl Tutter, the toddler depicted carrying two lop-eared bunnies, h: 8 in.; and 'Alka Porcelain Figure of a Young Boy and Cat', Bavaria, 1938-1958, blue crowned mark and model no. 258, modeled holding a mirror in front of curious kitten, h: 5.25 in. (4)









Provenance: Estate of Ronald Sperling
Estimate $300-500

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