RUDOLSTADT - VOLKSTEDT biscuit figurine in very good condition and remarkably preserved

220
19th century
Other style
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From: 33930, VENDAYS MONTALIVET, France

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    Very beautiful Rudolstadt white porcelain figurine - Germany - The details are remarkable and perfectly precise - Mounted on a gilded bronze base, it is numbered 6812/15
    The scene represents a farmer feeding her farm animals
    Blue mark on the base of Volkstedt-Rudolstadt in Thuringia, Germany (used between 1895 and 1930). . Founded in 1760 by George Macheleid during the reign of Prince Jean-Frédéric de Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt. Volkstedt-Rudolstadt porcelain has established a reputation for its white (bisque) or painted and carefully modeled porcelain figurines which are sought after by collectors today.
    This is a rare piece of a Volkstedt-Rudolstadt porcelain figurine style and does not come on the market often.
    The marking indicates an estimated period of manufacture in 1894 to 1912:

    Porcelain Manufactory Luxury porcelain factory Richard Eckert & Co., founded in 1895, at that time based in Volkstedt-Rudolfstadt.




    Ref: BDJJ9MVIAP

    Style Other style
    Century 19th century
    Manufacture / Brand RUDOLSTADT
    Length (cm) 12.5
    Height (cm) 13.5
    Depth (cm) 9
    Materials Porcelain
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
    Location 33930, VENDAYS MONTALIVET, France

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