A beautiful Hutschenreuther porcelain figural group of a seated female nude beholding a bouquet of flowers. Behind her is a curious doe come in for a closer look. The nude has a mat porcelain surface, contrasting with the high gloss glaze on the deer. The delicate flowers are individually formed and applied to her cupped hands. The flowers are in perfect condition, but unfortunately the figure had lost the little finger on her left hand (see the 5th and 7th images above). This is not very noticeable as the flowers are what the eye sees. The is also a small chip in the back of the deer's left ear ( see 8th image above). Again this flaw is not distracting as this is on the back. The remainder of the piece is free of damage. The group measures approximately 8 1/2" X 8 1/2". The Hutschenreuther marker's mark is on the bottom and dates from between 1955 and 1969. A very lovely idealized and innocent depiction of nature.
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