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Meissen Triumph of Venus Model 127 Kaendler Kändler Johann Joachim

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Meissen most remarkable figurine group: Triumph Of Venus Measures / dimensions: height: 13.18 inches / 33.5 cm width: 8.26 inches / 21.0 cm depth: 6.69 inches / 17.0 cm Manufactory: Meissen Hallmarked: Blue Meissen Sword Mark (glazed bottom) First quality Dating: 19th century / made circa 1860-1870 Material: porcelain, glossy finish, multicolored painted Technique: handmade porcelain Style: Rococo Modelled by: Johann Joachim Kaendler (born in 1706 near Dresden / Germany - died 1775 in Meissen). Model 127 created, circa 1769. Kaendler was chief sculptor at Meissen manufactory as from 1742 until the year 1775. He is the most famous modeller Meissen manufactory ever had and created well-known series such as Shepherd Figurines, Comedian's Children, Gardener Children (with Acier), Paris Town Criers (with Reinicke and Meyer), Gallant Figurines, Asian Figurines etc. Additionally, Kaendler made, too, excellent models of animal figurines as well as of stunningly decorated vases. Detailed description: Triumph Of Venus (= Goddess Of Love) -- The sculptured figurines are of finest appearance ! Venus supporting herself on cushion is accompanied by winged cherub (Amor) / both have taken place in a shell which is supported by three tritons: A triton is a sea god deriving from Greek mythology / the relating figurine is usually represented as a merman which has the upper body of a human whereas the lower body is modelled as tail of a fish. - The base is sculptured in a manner so that it is looking like a rock from which various waterfalls are pouring out. Bibliography: SABINE & Thomas BERGMANN, Meissen Figures, model numbers 1 - 3000, Erlangen / Germany 2017, page 594, catalogue number 2316 Condition: Excellent (there aren't any damages existing).

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    Excellent. there aren't any damages existing.
  • Dimensions

    H 13.18 in. x W 8.26 in. x D 6.69 in.

    H 33.48 cm x W 20.99 cm x D 17 cm

  • Seller location
    Vienna, AT
  • Reference number
    LU1014410674021

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