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A Meissen equestrian group of a hussar cavalry officer, modelled by P. Reinicke and J. J. Kaendler, circa 1753
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A Meissen equestrian group of a hussar cavalry officer, modelled by P. Reinicke and J. J. Kaendler, circa 1753
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Style: European Silver, Ceramics, and Objects of Vertu

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A Meissen equestrian group of a hussar cavalry officer, modelled by P. Reinicke and J. J. Kaendler, circa 1753
wearing fur-trimmed hat and coat, over a pale yellow uniform, with pink saddle cloth, the mount supported on a tree trunk mound base applied with flowers and foliage, blue crossed swords mark
26.5cm., 10 1/2 in. high
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相關資料

See Albiker, C., Die Meissner Porzellantiere im 18. Jahrhundert, Berlin, 1935, no. 232 for a white version of this model from the collection of the Kunstgewerbemuseum, Hamburg.  The same model is also illustrated in the later edition Albiker, C.,  Die Meissner Porzellantiere im 18. Jahrhundert, Berlin, 1959, p. 26, no. 242 where the author refers to the detailed list of figures prepared form Markgrafen Karl on 2nd May 1761.  This listing is discussed in some detail by Sponsel, J. L., Kabinettstücke der Meissner Porzellan-Manufaktur von Johann Joachim Kändler, Leipzig, 1900, pp. 197-8 where the author lists the models from the earlier production of the factory including the entry "Soldaten: ein Husar zu Pferde, grosse Sorte, 11½ Zoll hoch".  A smaller related group is illustrated Rücket, R., Meissener Porzellan 1710-1810, Munich, 1966, p. 180, no. 969, pl. 235, the author refers to a large and small version of this model.

Style: European Silver, Ceramics, and Objects of Vertu

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