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sofa group Kaendler, Johann Joachim (modeller) Eder, Johann Gottlieb (modeller) Meissen, 1737 porcelain Collection

Hard-Paste Porcelain Figure of Harlequin with a Bird Cage and a Cat, by Johann Joachim Kändler (1706-1775) for the Meissen Porcelain Factory in Germany, 1743 - The Victoria & Albert Museum

Some oversized potpourri vases Meissen, swords underglaze blue, I choose baluster corpus with plastic launched, naturalistic staffierten flowers and fruits, to each 2 figures, pierced lid with rich floral bouquet on display and back Watteau scene, colored paint and gold painted decoration, on square Volutensockel invisible residue., in this combination and size is extremely rare, about 73 cm H, pommel swords 19th Century

Chinaman with Bird, ca. 1727 Germany, att. George Fritzsche (1698–1756, working at Meissen from 1711) Hard-paste porcelain with gilt-bronze mounts and soft-paste porcelain flowers. mounts French and flowers Vincennes, ca. 1750 H. 30.5 cm New York, Metropolitan of Art, 1982.60.256

La Barre and other musicians - André Bouys, 1710. Michel de la Barre was a flautist and composer (1674-1744). He is the man standing turning the music. The man on the right whose costume is richer may have commissioned the portrait as a record of his association with the musicians. National Gallery, London

Volkstedt, Muller & Co, Dresden Porcelain Manufactory (Germany) — Cavalier and Lady,1762 (926x1200)

A Pair of German Sitzendorf Porcelain Statues, available at our October 25 auction

A pair of Meissen figures of Oak-Jays (Eichelhäher), the porcelain circa 1740-45.

Dancer, Sitzendorf, Thuringia, brand after 1954

Meissen Porcelain Manufactory (Germany) — (600x800)