Antique Exquisite Meissen Porcelain Figurine Emblematic of Winter circa 1760s. Of Fine Quality, antique Meissen hand painted porcelain figure Emblematic of Winter, representing one of the four figures from the seasons collection, a highly collectable Meissen porcelain subject matter, the figure modeled as an older man covered with a bright red color fur coat standing barefoot by the cache pot with fire, seeking a warmth from incoming winter blaze. The figure supported upon circular base decorated with baroque style scrolling motif. Overall very good condition, strong rich colors, outstanding life like quality of the highest workmanship.
Restoration to front of the right hand, please explore the last image, relatively minor area of restoration/painted surface of the front of the right hand, with restored thumb finger of the left hand. The Most Sought Quality of 18th century Meissen Porcelain Available on Market. Marked: third quarter of the 18th century blue underglaze double sword mark for Meissen, impressed numbers & painted numbers with further incised symbol height 8 ½ in.
Overall diameter/width with left hand outward 3 ¼ in. Please note: price set with-in reasonable range based on condition of the article.
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This item is in the category "Antiques\Decorative Arts\Ceramics & Porcelain\Figurines". The seller is "zagaguly" and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.