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Lot 2217
Late 19th/early 20th century, each with blue underglaze crossed swords mark, the first: incised model number ''2814'', depicting a girl feeding chickens; the second: incised model number ''F20'', modeled by Michael Victor Acier (1736-1799), depicting a boy feeding a dog; the third and fourth: each with incised model number ''F19'', modeled by Michael Victor Acier (1736-1799), the third depicting a girl feeding a lamb, the fourth depicting a boy with a lamb on his shoulders, 4 pieces, the first: 4.875'' H x 3.25'' W x 2.875'' D; the second: 4.625'' H x 2.375'' W x 2.375'' D; the third: 4.875'' H x 2.625'' W x 2.375'' D; the fourth: 5'' H x 2.625'' W x 2.125'' D, est: $600/900
Literature: These models illustrated, L. Mitchell, ''Meissen: Collector's Catalogue'', Woodbridge, 2004, p. 67, plate 3. Provenance: Estate of Andrew F. Chandler

Condition

Each in overall good condition. The first with losses to tips of girl's fingers. The second with restoration to boy's thumb.

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A group of Meissen porcelain figures

Estimate $600 - $900Sep 24, 2016