Antique Porcelain & Fine Arts

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White Figurine

This is a figurine made by Hoechst in about 1790. It is of four puttos in various activities. One has a horn of plenty by his side with flowers in it, another is crowning his fellow putto with a garland of leaves, the other has a feather in his hand and a book by his side and the last has a tablet in his left hand. A globe, paint pallet and other items are in front of them on the grassy and rocky base. The figure is 9 inches tall and about 8 inches in diameter. It is in superb condition with a restored chip to the tablet corner as well as one to the book underneath the globe. Some small chipping to base rim all around and various firing cracks from the making. The figure is marked underneath with an underglaze blue wheel mark. Please email me for more information or other pictures.

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