Sculpture called "threatening love" in 19th century porcelain biscuit

19th century
Second Empire style, Napoleon III style
From: 84450, Saint-Saturnin-Lès-Avignon, France

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    Statue in soft porcelain biscuit representing "Menacing love" after Etienne Maurice Falconet (1716-1791) great French sculptor master of the Baroque school. This molding by stamping (created in several parts) is of good quality, of Rococo style and typical of the Louis XV period. The glaze is in a stone tone, the recovery of the carved details is very neat. Note that we made the wings of the angel disappear during the fingerprinting, perhaps in a more salesmanlike spirit. Under the base a number 4845. Heavy and fragile object without any cracks. Beautifully crafted and very decorative. Unsigned.
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    Style Second Empire style, Napoleon III style (Sculptures other materials of Second Empire style, Napoleon III style Style)
    Century 19th century (Sculptures other materials 19th century)
    Country of origin France
    Artist Atelier de moulage
    Height (cm) 50cm
    Diameter (cm) 24cm
    Weight (Kg) 6
    Materials Porcelain
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
    Location 84450, Saint-Saturnin-Lès-Avignon, France

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