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Meissen Art Nouveau Figurine Group, Children With Doll, Konrad Hentschel, 20th C

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  • Meissen Art Nouveau Figurine, Baby Child with Picture Book, by Konrad Hentschel
    By Meissen Porcelain, Julius Konrad Hentschel
    Located in Vienna, AT
    Art Nouveau Meissen porcelain figure from the time the model was created: Baby in a dress with legs outstretched sitting on the floor and looking at a picture book. Modeling of the finest quality, extremely loving and lifelike details. Modeller: JULIUS KONRAD HENTSCHEL (Cologne 1872 - Meissen 1907) studied at the academies in Munich and Dresden, worked as a modeler and porcelain painter, from 1889 in the Meissen manufactory. Model U 149 was created 1904. Manufactory: Meissen Germany Dating: made around 1905 Style: Art Nouveau Material: multicolored porcelain, glossy finish Technique: handmade porcelain Hallmarked: underglaze blue Meissen Sword...
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  • Meissen Art Nouveau Figurine, Girl With Doll's Pram, by Konrad Hentschel, 1905
    By Meissen Porcelain
    Located in Vienna, AT
    Art Nouveau Meissen porcelain figure from the time the model was created: The girl in a white dress and with a blue bow in her long hair bends over the wicker doll's pram and places ...
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  • Meissen Art Nouveau Figurine, Lady With Muff, by Konrad Hentschel, ca 1906
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    Located in Vienna, AT
    Elegant young lady with a wide-brimmed hat, decorated with green-brown-white checkered ribbons and a blue feather, wearing a floor-length white dress with a green hem and button plac...
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  • Meissen the Wave Art Nouveau Bowl Figurine Henschtel Konrad Q 169, circa 1900
    By Julius Konrad Hentschel
    Located in Vienna, AT
    Meissen rarest Art Nouveau item: The wave Size: Height 3.34 inches Depth 6.10 inches Width 8.26 inches Manufactory: Meissen Hallmarked: Blue Meissen sword mark (glazed bott...
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  • Art Nouveau Children Group Girl With Child A. Koenig, Meissen Germany, c 1905
    By Meissen Porcelain
    Located in Vienna, AT
    Very rare Meissen Art Nouveau porcelain figure group: Girl and child in clothing from around 1900, the girl in a blue patterned long-sleeved dress with a white apron kneeling on the ...
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    Antique Early 1900s German Art Nouveau Porcelain

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    Porcelain

  • Art Nouveau Children Group 'Girl with Child', A. Koenig, Meissen Germany, c 1905
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    Extremely rare Meissen Art Nouveau porcelain group: Girl and child in clothes from around 1900, the girl in a blue, polka-dot long-sleeved dress with a white apron kneeling on the fl...
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    Antique Early 1900s German Art Nouveau Porcelain

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