Offered for sale is a early 20th century German porcelain figurine of Count Bruhl's Tailor after the Meissen model by J. J. Kandler. The bespectacled gentleman is wearing a floral coat, boots, and a tricorn hat. The tools of his trade are all around him, including his iron and scissors, and a pincushion on his goat's rump.
The figurine is beautifully painted with rich enamels and finely detailed, the porcelain very dense and heavy. The piece is in excellent condition, truly one of the most beloved and charming characters to ever be modeled into a figurine.
Size: 6 ¾" Height by 5" Width.
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