1031622

Two Berlin porcelain figures, 19th Century.

One allegorical figure of autumn, after a model by F E Meyer, 1761-65. One 'gartner kinder'. Height 11,5-14 cm.

Condition report

Damages, repairs.

Provenance
From the Collection of Henrik Petrini (1931-2015). The collection has been sensitively put together by the avid collector over the past 35 years. Buying from private Swedish collections, auctions and on travels abroad. The collection shows his great interest in glazes, porcelain painting and potting techniques garnered from extensive study of the subject. It is a broad and comprehensive study collection. Henrik Petrini had an engineering degree from the Swedish Defence University. He was an officer at the Artillery , followed by a civil career for the American company IBM.

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    Cecilia Nordström

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    Cecilia Nordström
    Specialist Asian Ceramics & Works of Art, Europan Ceramics and Glass

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    Estimate: 1 500 SEK

    Final bid

    350
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    34 EUR
    39 USD

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