Meissen 18th century Marcolini blanc de chine figure by Michel Victor Acier of a seated noble girl feeding her pet cat. Condition good to fair slight loss to lace work, spoon missing, part of ribbons lacking. Height 13.3 cm
Meissen cherub figure 'Un Me Suffit' by Michael Victor Acier admires a single flaming heart with the motto 'Un Me Suffit' (one is Enough). Covered with a pink colored silk cloth, standing by a circular podium decorated with flower wreath
A pair of Meissen porcelain 'Schneeballen' baluster form urn and covers, German late 19th century, encrusted allover with blosson flower heads, the handles formed as entwined branches with applied berries and floral blooms, factory mark to base, 45
Paris Porcelain boat shaped inkwell modelled as a young man leisurely steering a boat painted with butterflies & having a lion figurehead. The removable gilt metal bow having two hinged compartments & finely engraved with various insects, all mount
Meissen, porcelain figure of 'The Racegoers Companion' late 19th century, modelled standing, holding a race card in one hand, her other hand in a muff, she wears an elaborate lace hat, with blue crossed swords mark to underside, incised 'D66
Meissen, reticulated porcelain basket, of rocaille-moulded lozenge form encrusted with flowers, the interior painted with flowers, the branch-form handles sweeping down to form the feet, with blue crossed swords mark to underside, height 17 cm width 41.5 c
A pair of Meissen urns, of mid 18th century, the centre decorated with a Romantic scene, the sides ornemented with high relief flowers. The openwork lid decorated with flowers and finial designed as a bouquet. Both with damages to the flowers or lid and vi
Meissen late 19th century Magpie figure with blue crossed swords, incised 62, after the model by J.J. Kändler, right, the tail raised & squawking, with a black & white body, blue & green wing & tail feathers, on high tree-stump base applied
A pair of 18th century Meissen candlesticks with rococo decoration. Each contains an arbour with figures in period costume. Cross batten mark with impressed 2689 mark. Modelled after Johann Joachim Kaendler. Circa 1746.
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