Here we have an highly collectable, antique, 19th century, beautiful quality decorative, charming, hard paste Meissen porcelain figurine of a girl with a dog and mirror. This figurine was originally modelled around 1776 by Michel Victor Acier. He modelled a series of similar children figures in various poses around 1770s period. This particular one is incised with model number F50 with the underglaze blue crossed swords of Meissen curved hilt and pommel. There is an impressed number (pressnummers) 56 and 36.
The figurine is extremely well modelled, beautifully gilded,
painted and detailed with polychrome enamel and lace. It was made by the German
porcelain factory of Meissen, of Saxony, Germany probably in the mid 19th
century around 1880.
The figurine is approximately 6 inches (154mm) high,
base diameter 2 11/16 inches (68mm) .
It weighs 450 grammes unpacked.
There is free international postage with this item.
The figurine is in good antique condition. There are some
very minor losses to the lace and hat, her head has been re-stuck and there are
repairs to two tassels, the back left trailing ribbon on her skirt, the dog's
tail, the ribbons in her hair and a small chip to the base. Please see the images. If you would like more images please message us.