Porcelain large figures, Bohemia?, couple of neo-rococo shepherd and shepherdess on plinth, pique fleur, polychrome hand-painted and gilt, unmarked, late 19th century.
Porcelain large figures, Bohemia?, couple of neo-rococo shepherd and shepherdess on plinth, pique fleur, polychrome hand-painted and gilt, unmarked, late 19th century.

2 large porcelain figures, Bohemian or French?; late 19th century. Shepherd

H 31 cm Shepherdess H 30 cm

 300,00

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We present a large porcelain couple of a shepherd and shepherdess. They are made in the mold by slip casting with embossed decoration. The shepherd wears a jacket with breeches. In his right hand he holds a long walking staff. The shepherdess wears a deep-cut jacket with a long vertically striped skirt below. On her head she wears a fashionable polychrome painted hat and she holds flowers in both hands. Both figures have a tree trunk at the back as back support. In both, an opening has been left in which a branch with flowers can be placed. They stand on a mossy green base. Attached to this is a large, highly gilded Rococo plinth. At the very bottom there are five indentations. Both figures are polychrome hand painted with diffuse pronounced gilding. The bottom is fully glazed and sealed. No mark is visible. The origin is unclear: Bohemian? French Paris? … We date these figures to around the last quarter of the 19th century.

Condition: the gilding has worn off over time, otherwise in perfect condition.

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