REAL FÁBRICA DE PORCELANA DE FERNANDO IV. S. XVIII FILIPPO TAGLIOLINI (1745-1809) GRUPO DE LA FAMILIA DE FERNANDO IV DE NÁPOLES CON FIGURA ECUESTRE DE CARLOS III BISCUIT DE PORCELANA SOBRE PEANA DE MADERA TALLADA Y DORADA REGALO DE FERNANDO IV DE NÁPOLES A SU PADRE CARLOS III DE ESPAÑA MUSEO ARQUEOLÓGICO NACIONAL. (MADRID).
Figure Group | Weinmüller, Joseph Anton | V&A Explore The Collections
Figure group of Chinese figures in hard-paste porcelain painted with enamels and gilded, modelled by J.A. Weinmüller, Ludwigsburg porcelain factory, Ludwigsburg, 1766-1767.
Porcelain Figure Group Playing The Blind Man's Buff 19th Century, French
Porcelain figure group playing the Blind man's buff Beautifully crafted artwork, hand painted 19th century, French. Dimensions: 50 x 30 x 30 cm (approximate). *Shipping included Free and fast delivery door to door by air Original art work(s) from Europe.
Fulda Pottery and Porcelain Manufactory | Virgin of the Immaculate Conception | German, Fulda | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The model is attributed to Neu by Ernst Kramer and considered by him to have originated about 1770; it is mentioned in the factory records in 1786. Of the fourteen examples of the model that have been notes, three—this one and two others in the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York, and the Schloss Fasanerie, Fulda—share a marked similarity in details of decoration and palette, and in all three the globe on which the Virgin stands depicts the Four Continents
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Frankenthal Porcelain Manufactory | Chinese Pavilion | German, Frankenthal | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Chinese Pavilion, Frankenthal Porcelain Manufactory (German), Hard-paste porcelain, German, Frankenthal
1stdibs Ceramic - 19Th Century Staffordshire Figure Of The Lion Hunter English Victorian Ceramic
19th century Staffordshire figure of Roualeyn George Gordon-Cumming, a Scottish traveller and sportsman, known as the "lion hunter” In good condition and has a lovely color, circa 1850.
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Full: Front Figure of lady rider; hard-paste porcelain; oval base; dappled horse with orange saddle-cloth, left forefoot raised, supported by stump; rider in green habit with flowered skirt trimmed with gold, wears black hat and sits side-saddle to left; marked. © The Trustees of the British Museum