Meissen, Dresden, Germany, porcelain, mythological figure group of Diana with two putti, marked with the crossed swords, c. 1760.
Meissen, Dresden, Germany, porcelain, mythological figure group of Diana with two putti, marked with the crossed swords, c. 1760.

Meissen mythological figure 18th century

H 22 cm W 10.5 cm Ø base: 7.7 cm

 1.800,00

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Shown is a porcelain mythological figure group made by the Meissen factory, Dresden, Germany. On a slightly raised, almost rectangular green-brown spotted base with gilded border at the bottom, stands a naked figure of Diana, goddess of the hunt, with a quiver in her right hand. On her right knee, a putt bow floats in the left hand. A second putto is sitting at her feet with two hands together. At the back, the figure of Diana is supported by a tree stump. Marked at the bottom of the lowered base in underglaze blue with the crossed swords and dating around the middle of the 19th century (neo-rococo period). On the side of it is the number “72.” hand-painted in black. The number “76” is pressed. A triangle is imprinted above the sword mark. Inscribed we see “AC5”.

Condition: unfortunately one wing of the floating putto is missing and the lower part of its bow is also missing. Can be restored if necessary. Otherwise in perfect condition.

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