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Rococo Meissen Porcelain Trio of Children

$3,500

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Meissen Porcelain group of figurines depicts a trio of children attire with beautiful 18th clothes around a birdcage over a table. There are two boys with flutes, one of them is sitting and playing it and the other is standing and holding it. There is also a young girl embracing a dog with one arm and holding an umbrella with the other one. The whole group Stand over a gilt of scrolls and rocaille base. This porcelain piece is hallmarked with the blue cross swords.

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