Hispania Company (Spanish, 1941-1980s), 20th century. A polychrome and gold painted porcelain figural group allegorical of "Winter" modeled as two seated cherub or putti warming themselves around a fire. Marked to the underside with early Ceramica Hispania in underglaze blue and impressed "R 27". Approximate height 6.62", width 6.12", depth 4.62". Note: The Hispania company was founded in 1941 and was most noted for its production of earthenware and majolica, primarily decorative items such as vases, frames, planters, etc. The budding LladrÃ³ brothers were associated with the company from the inception and ended up buying the company.
Both figures have paint touch up on heads indicating repair. Putto with blue cloak has a repair to hand. Putto with lilac clock with repair to foot. None of the repairs are distracting and detected via black light.
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