figurine allegory the game of chance Meissen designed by Johann Joachim Kändler allegories 1st Choice form 2215 1850-1924 hight:18cm

Item number: 3007

This beautiful item: allegory the game of chance has been produced in the house of Meissen and it was manufactored in the time/period of 1850-1924 . It was designed by Johann Joachim Kändler and was produced very finely within manufactory. It is an item out of the series allegories . It was classified by the manufactorer with the quality 1st Choice. J.J. Kändler designed this figurine in 1757.

Category: Figurines


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Description

This beautiful item: allegory the game of chance has been produced in the house of Meissen and it was manufactored in the time/period of 1850-1924 . It was designed by Johann Joachim Kändler and was produced very finely within manufactory. It is an item out of the series allegories . It was classified by the manufactorer with the quality 1st Choice. J.J. Kändler designed this figurine in 1757.

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Artikelnumber: 3007
Item: allegory the game of chance
Manufactorer: Meissen
Designer/Inventor: Johann Joachim Kändler
Trademark/Quality: Point Sword Mark without scratches / 1st Choice
Form/Series: allegories
Form/Series-No.: 2215
Pattern/Version: painted
Painter-No.: 61.
Age: 1850-1924
Condition: very good condition
Restaurations: professional unvisiblie restaurations
Weight: 1.60 kg
Length/Diameter: 22.00 cm
Wide: 15.0 cm
Hight: 18.0 cm
Notifcation: J.J. Kändler designed this figurine in 1757.


Form & Function: Figurine
Manufactorer:
Series & Forms: Allegories
Design/Period: 19th century
Figurine objects: Allegories
Shipping weight: 5,00 Kg
Product weight: 1,60 Kg
Qualiity: 1st Choice
Designer: Johann Joachim Kändler
Condition: very good condition
Period of Produktion: 1850-1924
Restauration: professional unvisiblie restaurations
Formnummer: 2215
Damages: N/A
Dekornummer: N/A
Pattern: painted
Object: figurine
Anmerkung: J.J. Kändler designed this figurine in 1757.
Series: allegories
Malernummer: 61.
Trademark: Point Sword Mark without scratches
Object description: allegory the game of chance