Price

£3800.00

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Meissen porcelain cockerel and hen, circa 1920.

A fine and large pair of Meissen porcelain figures of a cockerel and a hen, circa 1920. Originally modelled by J.J. Kaendler, the plumage finely moulded, and heightened in vibrant enamels. Both figures set upon oval mound bases, encrusted with flowering plants, and painted grass; the hen having laid an egg.

Crossed swords mark in underglaze blue. Incised model numbers ‘394’ and ‘395’ to the underside of the figures.

Height of cockerel – 27.5 cm, 10 5/8”.

Width – 27.5 cm, 10 5/8”.

Depth – 10.2 cm, 4”.

Height of hen – 23 cm, 9”.

Width – 19.5 cm, 7 5/8”.

Depth – 10.2 cm, 4”.

Condition – Excellent. No damage. No restoration.

Price

£3800.00



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