Meissen Porcelain Figural Group Court Jesters Fröhlich and Schmiedel
Scarce Meissen porcelain figural group depicting court jesters, Fröhlich and Schmiedel, originally modeled by J.J. Kaendler about 1745-50.
Joseph Frohlich in Tyrolean style clothing, and Schmiedel in the uniform of a Saxon postmaster.
Measures approximately 9.4 inches tallest x 6.7 inches at base. Restorations throughout, including hands, possibly arms. We are uncertain the extent. Fröhlich is missing the mouse in his outstretched hand (palm up). Missing part of the fern like greenery at base. Price reflects condition issues.
Carries underglaze blue crossed swords under base. Impressed number 51. Incised number 290 Weighs approximately 3.8 pounds BEFORE packing. Ship standard size 14x14x14
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