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Sale IT157 Lot 6060

FOUR VOLKSTEDT-RUDOLSTADT PORCELAIN FIGURES AND A CONTINENTAL FIGURE GROUP
Thuringia, late 19th Century, including a pair of Rudolstadt-Volkstedt (Ens & Ekkert) porcelain companion figures, blue crossed pitchfork marks, impressed 79, both modeled standing, he holding a bouquet of flowers, on rocaille-molded mound bases, h: 7 in.; Rudolstadt-Volkstedt (Ens & Ekkert) porcelain female figure blue crossed pitchfork mark and painted 10., modeled standing holding a flower, on rocaille-molded base, h: 7 in.; Volkstedt-Rudolstadt porcelain figure of a poacher, dated late 19th Century, blue sunburst mark, impressed 7 and painted 74, modeled standing with his prey slung over his left shoulder, h: 6.75 in.; and Continental porcelain figure group of two boys wrestling, probably German, late 19th/20th Century, spurious Höchst black crowned wheel mark, equally matched, each young cherubic wrestler modeled locked in contest, loosely based on the sculpture of two mythological twin brothers, Eros and Anteros, by Francois-Joseph LeClercq (1755-1826), h: 4.25 in. (5)

Provenance: Estate of Ronald Sperling
Estimate $200-300

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