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482 lots

April 20, 1999

40 Station Road West

Canterbury, CT2 8AN United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1227 763337

Fax: +44 (0)1227 456770

Email: general@tcag.co.uk

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Lot 1: 19th Century Meissen porcelain group of a young woman in 18th Century dress, her left arm resting on a Classical column with two admirers looking on, one with two doves in his hat, on oval base, 12 25ins high - (crossed Swords mark in underglazed

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Description: 19th Century Meissen porcelain group of a young woman in 18th Century dress, her left arm resting on a Classical column with two admirers looking on, one with two doves in his hat, on oval base, 12 25ins high - (crossed Swords mark in underglazed blue to base and Incised J.60 Circa 1870 - (slight damage to sash of one gentleman) Illustrated

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Lot 2: 19th Century Meissen porcelain group - "The Lovers", seated figure of a woman with flowers in her lap with her admirer looking on and a small child to background, all in 18th Century dress beneath an apple tree, with oval rocky pattern base and oak

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Description: 19th Century Meissen porcelain group - "The Lovers", seated figure of a woman with flowers in her lap with her admirer looking on and a small child to background, all in 18th Century dress beneath an apple tree, with oval rocky pattern base and oak leaf and ribbon pattern rim 10ins high (crossed mark in underglazed blue to base and incised D.94 Circa 1870 Illustrated (branches of tree and gentleman's right hand restored)

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Lot 3: 19th Century Meissen porcelain group - "Rebecca at the Well", the lightly draped figure of Rebecca resting by a well with shepherd, his dog and four sheep looking on, tree entwined around column to well and on rustic pattern base, 10ins high (crossed

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Description: 19th Century Meissen porcelain group - "Rebecca at the Well", the lightly draped figure of Rebecca resting by a well with shepherd, his dog and four sheep looking on, tree entwined around column to well and on rustic pattern base, 10ins high (crossed swords mark in underglazed blue to base and incised No.1290 circa 1870 (slight restoration to tree branch) Illustrated

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Lot 4: An 18th Century Meissen figure of Euterpe, modelled by J.J. Kaendler, the seated Classical female lightly draped in mauve and playing a flute, seated on a rocky outcrop, 9ins high (crossed swords mark in underglazed blue to base - incised with name

Description: An 18th Century Meissen figure of Euterpe, modelled by J.J. Kaendler, the seated Classical female lightly draped in mauve and playing a flute, seated on a rocky outcrop, 9ins high (crossed swords mark in underglazed blue to base - incised with name to back and with over-glazed crossed swords mark- Circa 1747 - part of a large group centred around Mount Parnassus) - See Meissen Portrait Figures by L & Y. Adams, Magna Books 1992 - Page 83 for companion piece (tip of flute and flowers to base restored - possibly later decorated) Illustrated E 1000-1500 Note: The Gift of Otto Von Falke to the Vendor's Mother

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Lot 5: A pair of Meissen porcelain figures of child gardeners, both in 18th Century dress with lace pattern borders, the figure of the boy carrying a floral garland, the girl carrying a basket of flowers, on gilt rococo pattern bases, 5.75ins high (crossed

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Description: A pair of Meissen porcelain figures of child gardeners, both in 18th Century dress with lace pattern borders, the figure of the boy carrying a floral garland, the girl carrying a basket of flowers, on gilt rococo pattern bases, 5.75ins high (crossed swords mark in underglazed blue to base and incised 36 & 38 Illustrated

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