Galloping Rider Nymphenburg Model N°362 porcelain figurine. Designed in 1912 by porcelain modeler and animal sculptor Professor Theodor Karner (1884-1966). It's marked on the underside with the green underglaze Nymphenburg shield mark used in the 1910 to 1975 period as well as incised shield and model numbers. Galloping Rider (Galoppierender Reiter) is part of Nymphenburg's Red Hunting series ( Nymphenburg Rote Jagd ). The rider is portrayed in 18th century attire, including a cocked / tricorne hat, lifting his right arm and looking back as if leading the way. The figure rests on a Rococo style rocaille shaped base. The Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactury was established in the mid 1700's in Bavaria by Elector Max III Joseph of the House of Wittelsbach, one of the oldest Royal dynasties in Germany. In excellent condition as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.
Measurements: 8 1/2" long by 8 7/8" high by 3 1/4" deep approximately.
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