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Damm Boy with Hat

This is a figurine made by Damm using the old Hoechst molds around 1840-1850. Damm was actually not a porcelain but an earthenware maker. Thus these pieces look quite different than the old Hoechst ones and are much lighter in weight. They are also a bit bigger in size as earthenware did not shrink as much as porcelain during the firing process. Quite charming though and very collectable and rare. This is a figure of a boy with a hat. The original had a broken egg as well. He is 5.15 inches tall and in good condition with a restored chip to the base. Marked underneath with the blue wheel mark and an incised 212. Please email me for more information or other pictures.

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