Meissen figure of a seated Turk lady, by J.F.Eberlein, c. 1750, later decorated.

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Meissen figure of a seated lady Turk, dressed in yellow-ground robes with flowers, a conical hat on her head, a large wicker basket to her side. Modelled by J.F. Eberlein, originally for Count Bruhl, 1746, this example circa 1750 and probably later decorated in the 18th century style. Small crossed swords mark in blue to rear. Circa 1750

Condition

very minor losses,

Size

14cm

References

ref. Adams- Meissen figures, the Kaendler period- p192 for the companion figure, made as a sweetmeat for a service ordered by Count Bruhl, 1746

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