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Plastik: Dudelsackspieler

Plastik: Dudelsackspieler

Anonymous | Scaramouche, Anonymous, c. 1725 - c. 1740 | Mannenfiguur van faience. Voorstellende Scaramouche, een van de mannelijke rollen uit de Commedia dell'Arte.

Anonymous | Scaramouche, Anonymous, c. 1725 - c. 1740 | Mannenfiguur van faience. Voorstellende Scaramouche, een van de mannelijke rollen uit de Commedia dell'Arte.

Plastik: Harlekin als Bockspfeifer mit Passglas

Plastik: Harlekin als Bockspfeifer mit Passglas

A Meissen figure of "Beltrame" from the Weissenfels series,modelled by Peter Reinicke and J.J Kändler, circa 1744.

A Meissen figure of "Beltrame" from the Weissenfels series,modelled by Peter Reinicke and J.J Kändler, circa 1744.

Kändler, Saint James the Lesser, 1740

Kändler, Saint James the Lesser, 1740

A rare Höchst figure of La Scaramouche from the Italian Comedy, circa 1752

A rare Höchst figure of La Scaramouche from the Italian Comedy, circa 1752

Kändler, Saint Bartholomew, 1740

Kändler, Saint Bartholomew, 1740

A Höchst figure of "Scaramouche",                               modelled by J.C.L. von Lücke, circa 1752.

A Höchst figure of "Scaramouche", modelled by J.C.L. von Lücke, circa 1752.

1760-69.  Unlike many Continental factories, the Chelsea porcelain factory was not backed by aristocratic patronage. Nevertheless, it had great ambitions. It used a rich glassy soft-paste body to make copies of contemporary Meissen figures. The Flemish modeller Joseph Willems produced a successful range of original models. They included these 'masqueraders', who are based on the masked revellers to be seen at the London pleasure gardens of Vauxhall and Ranelagh.

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1760-69. Unlike many Continental factories, the Chelsea porcelain factory was not backed by aristocratic patronage. Nevertheless, it had great ambitions. It used a rich glassy soft-paste body to make copies of contemporary Meissen figures. The Flemish modeller Joseph Willems produced a successful range of original models. They included these 'masqueraders', who are based on the masked revellers to be seen at the London pleasure gardens of Vauxhall and Ranelagh.

A rare Meissen figure of Harlequin with a snuffbox, modelled by J.J. Kändler, circa 1738-1740.

A rare Meissen figure of Harlequin with a snuffbox, modelled by J.J. Kändler, circa 1738-1740.

#NP 2.602,--€ Figur Gärtnerkind Junge mit Schäferstab 60338 Meissen TOP 1.Wahl

#NP 2.602,--€ Figur Gärtnerkind Junge mit Schäferstab 60338 Meissen TOP 1.Wahl

A Meissen figure of "Mezzetin" from the Weissenfels series,by Peter Reinicke and J. J. Kändler, circa 1744.

A Meissen figure of "Mezzetin" from the Weissenfels series,by Peter Reinicke and J. J. Kändler, circa 1744.

Kändler, Saint Jude, 1740

Kändler, Saint Jude, 1740

A Meissen figure of a Comédienne, circa 1750

A Meissen figure of a Comédienne, circa 1750

A rare Meissen figure of Pulcinella, modelled by J.J. Kändler, circa 1742.

A rare Meissen figure of Pulcinella, modelled by J.J. Kändler, circa 1742.

A Meissen figure of "Il Capitano Spavento" from the Weissenfels series,modelled by Peter Reinicke, circa 1744.

A Meissen figure of "Il Capitano Spavento" from the Weissenfels series,modelled by Peter Reinicke, circa 1744.