A beautiful early 20th century porcelain figurine of three young girls, the older girl holding the hand of the two younger twins. They are dressed in Dresden lace and are charmingly painted with beautiful faces and delicate features.
The Volkstedt porcelain factory was established in Thuringia, Germany around 1760. They produced a fine high quality porcelain that quickly became desirable throughout Europe and the Americas. The factory was renown for producing their famous lace figurines also known as “Dresden Lace.” Although the factory fell upon hard times and lost their exclusive privileges in 1832, other smaller porcelain manufacturers are still using the master molds.
The figurine is in excellent condition with lace missing to the front of the dress on one of the smaller girls.
Size: 6 ½” Height by 6 ½” Length.
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