An important "poupée de chasse" in copper decorated in the champlevé technique with white, red, green and blue enamel and remains of gilding. An unusual feature is the highly detailled expressive face.
Limoges. Circa 1190-1200.
Dimensions (of the poupée): 6cm x 2.4cm
Ex collection Mr. & Mrs. Gabriëlse (Monte Carlo, Monaco & Middelburg, NL) between 2004 and June 2020. Acquired from Dick Meijer (Amsterdam, NL) in 2004.
"Enamels of Limoges 1100-1350" (The Metropolitan Museum of Art) p.239 - nr.67 Plaque from a cross.
Mounted on a perspex stand.
10 000 €
2 200 €