Meissen Shepherd Series Figurine F. E. Meyer Design Model 1774 Crossed Swords - c. 19th/20th Century, Germany

Extraordinary quality, finely modeled and painted Meissen Rococo style porcelain figurine depicting a standing shepherd leaning on a staff, with a shepherd's shoulder bag and outstretched hand, wearing a wig, a tricorne hat, a long yellow vest over a flowered, ruffled shirt, striped knickerbockers and black, red bowed shoes. He stands on a flower strewn, rocaille base that is marked on the side with under the glaze blue crossed swords. It is also numbered on the underside with a colorless, hand incised number 1774 which is consistent with the shepherd figurine model 1774 designed by Meissen sculptor Friedrich Elias Meyer (1724-1785). In very good used condition with all its fingers, shelf wear, minor paint loss and imperfections as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.

Measurements: 6.7" tall (17 cm) approximately.

Item ID: 1958

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