Cordys

An early Frankenthal porcelain figure group after a 1730s design by J.J. Kändler of Count Bruhl's Tailor,

Estimate: $1,500 - $1,700


Lot Description

An early Frankenthal porcelain figure group after a 1730s design by J.J. Kändler of Count Bruhl's Tailor,, sitting astride a billy-goat, wearing a floral painted and gilded coat, his trade accoutrements about him, including an iron and scissors hanging from the animal's horns and a pincushion on his rump. Crowned blue monogram mark. Restoration to right hand. L.215mm, H.230mm