Here is a delightful and colorful figure of the Greek Goddess Amphitrite, a young woman standing partially draped with a rose in her hair and a trident at her feet. She is one of the series of porcelain figurines modeled by Franz Anton Bustelli about 1760, but this is one of the factory’s authentic modern reproductions. She’s only three and a half inches tall and in perfect condition. On the base, the painter’s mark of 35 is on the Nymphenburg shield mark.

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Nymphenburg Bustelli Porcelain Figure of Amphitrite, 20th Century.


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