Porcelain figure Boy with a goat. Meissen

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Porcelain figure Boy with a goat. Meissen

Porcelain figure Boy with a goat. Allegory of autumn, harvesting. H-14.5 cm.

The hallmark of the Meissen manufactory is a mark of German porcelain. The name comes from the Saxon city of Meissen, where porcelain was first produced in Europe. The first porcelain manufactory in Europe, Meissen, was founded in 1710, shortly after the alchemist Johann Friedrich Böttger (1682-1719) discovered the secret of making hard porcelain in Saxony in collaboration with the scientist Ehrenfried Walter von Chirnhaus (1651-1708)

Condition: Good
Style: Rococo
Country: Germany
Period: 20th century
Warranty: Seller Warranty
Material: Porcelain, Polychrome painting
Product sizes: Height - 14.5cm, Width - 11.5cm, Depth - 11.5cm
Location: Gallery "Antiqon", Brivibas street 52, Riga, Latvia
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