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Meissen porcelain group representing the allegory of taste, circa 1750-55
Meissen porcelain group representing the allegory of taste, circa 1750-55 - Porcelain & Faience Style Louis XV Meissen porcelain group representing the allegory of taste, circa 1750-55 - Meissen porcelain group representing the allegory of taste, circa 1750-55 - Louis XV
Ref : 96845
3 800 €
Period :
18th century
Provenance :
Germany
Medium :
Porcelain
Dimensions :
H. 11.02 inch
Porcelain & Faience  - Meissen porcelain group representing the allegory of taste, circa 1750-55 18th century - Meissen porcelain group representing the allegory of taste, circa 1750-55 Louis XV - Meissen porcelain group representing the allegory of taste, circa 1750-55
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Meissen porcelain group representing the allegory of taste, circa 1750-55

Meissen porcelain group representing an allegory of the senses: taste, represented by a young woman standing draped carrying an apple in her mouth with her left hand, she also holds an apple in her right hand above a bowl filled with fruit resting on a rock column; a monkey at her feet holds a fruit. Square base.
Mark with crossed swords in blue under the terrace.
Model of J.J.Kandler and Eberlein.
Germany, Saxony, Meissen.
Circa 1750-1755. Middle of the 18th century.
Height : 28 cm

Some chips and wear.

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