Two German nodding 'pagoda' figures, a man and a woman, in the Meissen style, by Scheibe, Thuringa, modelled sitting, their heads, tongues and hands with pivoted articulation, damage to both. Height 16 cm
Two Meissen figures. One emblematic of touch, late 19th century, with a blue crossed swords mark, incised model no. 1136, after the model by J.J. Kändler Meissen statuettes, the other emblematic of Summer. Incised '688' and impressed. 29 cm high
Meissen, blanc de chine figurine of an alert Barn owl modelled by Prof. Max Esser, 20th century, Meissen blue crossed swords stamp and impressed marks to base, incised 'Weiss' and model number A.1251
A German porcelain figure of a child, later 19th to early 20th century, with marks for possibly Charlottenbrunn, in the Meissen and Dresden manner, with a child partially clad in a puce and fur cape tying her sandals while seated on a shaped pedestal paint
A Meissen figure of a harlequin, one of a grouping of Meissen figures based on the Italian Commedia dell'Arte, this figure of harlequin in hard-paste porcelain is painted in enamels and gilded. The crouching comedic figure wears a grey hat with a yellow ro
A Meissen figure of 18th century lady. Modelled of a lady wearing purple hat and shawl holding flower on acircular gilt base. 19 cm high. Together with a Berlin Blanc De Chine figure, modelled gentleman with a dog at his feet. 17 cm high
A Meissen porcelain candelabra, circa: late 19th century, in the rococo manner with a scrolled stem richly embellished with classical figures of children and encrusted with applied flowers in pastel hues upon a white ground and supporting three curved upsw
Meissen porcelain, pair of classical figural groups comprising Venus seated on sphinx and Jupiter seated on a sphinx inscribed to base '1258, 72', Jupiter with underglaze blue crossed swords mark (A/F) (2). Provenance: Ezra Norton Family Collection
A Meissen porcelain figurine of a boy feeding geese, circa 1900, a gentrified lad in 18th century dress, feeding geese and chicks from his hat, decorated in pastel colours with gilt highlights, the whole mounted upon a scrolled and gilt base; Meissen marks
A Meissen porcelain figurine of a boy with a Spaniel, circa 1900, the boy in rural 18th century dress with hat, kneeling on a rock and tempting a spaniel with bread, decorated in pastel colours and mounted upon a scrolled and gilt base; Meissen marks under
A good pair of German Meissen scallop shell shaped bon bon dishes with finely painted figures in harbour and landscape scenes, and gilt scroll borders and three scroll legs. Blue mark, c.1750. Length 9 cm
Two Meissen Art Nouveau figures by Theodor Eichler, circa 1935, each modelled as a female nude with headress and swirling drapery, underglaze blue crossed swords mark and incised B255 and B256 (2) 28 and 27 cm high respectively
A Meissen-style painted porcelain figure group, 19th century, of a classically-draped maiden standing with a putto holding a flaming torch, on a floral-decorated base, Meissen-type under-glaze blue and over-glaze gilt crossed swords marks underside. Height
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