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Late Summer Auction of Fine Art and Antiques

by Canterbury Auction Galleries


516 lots | 172 with images

August 15, 2006

40 Station Road West

Canterbury, CT2 8AN United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1227 763337

Fax: +44 (0)1227 456770

Email: general@tcag.co.uk

A Meissen porcelain figure - Female Malabar playing a hurdy-gurdy, modelled after F. E. Meyer, the standing figure in oriental style dress with urn to side and rococo pattern base, 13ins high (crossed swords mark in underglaze blue to base and

Lot 1: A Meissen porcelain figure - Female Malabar playing a hurdy-gurdy, modelled after F. E. Meyer, the standing figure in oriental style dress with urn to side and rococo pattern base, 13ins high (crossed swords mark in underglaze blue to base and

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Description: A Meissen porcelain figure - Female Malabar playing a hurdy-gurdy, modelled after F. E. Meyer, the standing figure in oriental style dress with urn to side and rococo pattern base, 13ins high (crossed swords mark in underglaze blue to base and incised No. 1519, and several impressed Nos. 51 and 97 - circa 1870) Illustrated on Front Cover

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A Meissen porcelain group of

Lot 2: A Meissen porcelain group of "Europa and the Bull", modelled after F. E. Meyer, the figure of Europa seated on the back of a white bull and two attendants dressing the bull with floral garlands, on oval rococo pattern base, 8.75ins high (crossed

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Description: A Meissen porcelain group of "Europa and the Bull", modelled after F. E. Meyer, the figure of Europa seated on the back of a white bull and two attendants dressing the bull with floral garlands, on oval rococo pattern base, 8.75ins high (crossed swords mark in underglaze blue to base and incised No. 2697 - circa 1870) Illustrated on Front Cover

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A Meissen porcelain group -

Lot 3: A Meissen porcelain group - "The Apple Pickers", modelled after J.J. Kaendler, in the form of a tree with a small boy picking apples, and young couple sorting apples to front, on oval rococo pattern base, 10ins high (crossed swords mark in underglaze

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Description: A Meissen porcelain group - "The Apple Pickers", modelled after J.J. Kaendler, in the form of a tree with a small boy picking apples, and young couple sorting apples to front, on oval rococo pattern base, 10ins high (crossed swords mark in underglaze blue to base and incised No. 2229 - circa 1870 - damage to two handled basket to front and branches chipped) Illustrated

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A Meissen porcelain group -

Lot 4: A Meissen porcelain group - "The Family", modelled in the form of a young couple in 18th Century dress seated on a bench with a baby on their knee and a child standing to back, on oval fluted base, 9ins high (apparently unmarked - circa 1870 - left

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Description: A Meissen porcelain group - "The Family", modelled in the form of a young couple in 18th Century dress seated on a bench with a baby on their knee and a child standing to back, on oval fluted base, 9ins high (apparently unmarked - circa 1870 - left hand of boy to back and tassel from bench missing, and base slightly chipped) Illustrated

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Lot 5: A Meissen porcelain group - "Ring-a-Ring-a-Roses", modelled in the form of four figures in 18th Century dress dancing around a tree, on circular rococo pattern base, 11.5ins high (crossed swords mark in underglaze blue to base and incised No. 2728 to

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Description: A Meissen porcelain group - "Ring-a-Ring-a-Roses", modelled in the form of four figures in 18th Century dress dancing around a tree, on circular rococo pattern base, 11.5ins high (crossed swords mark in underglaze blue to base and incised No. 2728 to base - circa 1920 - leaves to tree somewhat chipped) Illustrated

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