Lot 1010 (Fine Art & Antiques, 14th September 2019)
A near-pair of late 19th century Meissen porcelain figures, one as a maiden with basket of flowers, the other as a shepherdess, each decorated in bright enamels and heightened in gilt, underglaze blue crossed sword mark verso (both with some losses), h.18.5cm
Flower seller – tool in left hand broken, losses to two leaves on flowers at back, three chips to leaves of flowers in basket.
Shepherdess – losses to ribbon on dogs tail, loss to ribbon on both arms, some staining/colour wear to shawl.
Otherwise no apparent faults.
Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.
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