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Meissen Art Nouveau Figurine, Lady With Muff, by Konrad Hentschel, ca 1906

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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 placket, over it a pink hip jacket with white- green hems, a long dark brown mottled fur stole around her shoulders, black gloves, leaning slightly forward, lifting the hem of the skirt with her right hand and holding a small muff on her shoulder with her left. On a flat, irregular snow base. Very lifelike and loving depiction of the character and 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 X 104 was created 1906. Manufactory: Meissen Germany Dating: made around 1906 Style: Art Nouveau Material: multicolored porcelain, glossy finish Technique: handmade porcelain Hallmarked: underglaze blue Meissen Sword Mark / first quality model number X 104 / former's number 59 Dimensions: height: 31,0 cm / 12.20 in width: 14,0 cm / 5.51 in depth: 15,0 cm / 5.90 in Bibliography: Thomas & Sabine Bergmann, Meissen Artist's - Figures / Erlangen (Germany) 2010, Model Numbers A 100 - Z 300, catalogue number 480 on page 252. Condition: excellent
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