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Sale IT157 Lot 6059

THREE OLDEST VOLKSTEDT PORCELAIN ALLEGORICAL FIGURES AND A VIENNA STYLE FIGURE OF A HUNTRESS
including a pair of Volkstedt companion figures emblematic of fire and water, German, late 19th/20th Century, blue crowned mark and spurious Ludwigsburg interlaced C's marks, both in the white modeled standing, he as a hunter holding a torch and lighting a fire, she as a young maiden by a stream, a fish at her feet, h: 7.25 in. (the taller); Volkstedt hunter emblematic of fire, German, late 19th/20th Century, blue crowned mark and spurious Ludwigsburg interlace C’s mark, modeled standing holding a torch and lighting a fire, h: 7 in.; and Vienna style huntress, Austria, 19th Century, blue beehive mark, modeled in 18th Century hunting dress, holding a rifle in her left hand and signaling with her right, h: 7.5 in. (4)

Provenance: Estate of Ronald Sperling
Estimate $400-600

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