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Shown is a late 19th Century German porcelain group figurine, depicting a romantic scene. A young man is leaning forward to kiss a seated lady playing the piano (cembalo), probably in the house garden. Both figures wear typical noble clothes of the 18th Century. The piece is marked on the bottom, underneath the glazing, with two blue parallel lines, crossed by a diagonal line (resembles the Voigt Brothers' mark). This linear marking is typical to many porcelain factories, active in Thuringia Germany during the 19th Century). The overall condition is very good, despite a broken/ missing thumb of the man's right hand. Size: 22X18 cm, Height: 16 cm.

Insurance (replacement) Value: $500




ADI GISHES
M.A. Arts & Curating
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