Dating sitzendorf marks

The Sitzendorf Porcelain Manufactory, as it became known after 1902, also made figurines of girl musicians with similar lacy skirts, and white bases decorated with identical flourishes of gold enamel paint.This is one of a pair in the Theatre Collections, showing the dancer in different positions.

The use of real lace incorporated in the figurine was a technique popularly used at the Sitzendorf factory in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.Condition Report: Smaller model - chip to one horse ear.Possible chip to end of hunting horn near chest and rubbing to gilding.is to purchase Meissen Porcelain® in a MEISSEN® BOUTIQUE or from an authorised MEISSEN® stockist.Pair of Monumental Antique Sitzendorf Hand Painted Porcelain Covered Urns. More details A Collection of 19th Century Hand Painted Porcelain Figures.comprising a C & B double candlestick with a boy and girl playing amongst the 'tree trunks', a C & B single female figure stick (lacking sconce), a Sitzendorf double stick with a girl playing a lute, a further double with a boy, plus a small swan sleigh surmounted by a small cherub (5) More details A Locke & Co, Worcester blush ground cream jug painted with a scene of Loch Achray by H Stinton, 8 cm high to/w a Royal Worcester cabinet plate painted with a robin on a honeysuckle branch by E Barten, 23 cm diam and a small pair of Sitzendorf porcelain oval table mirrors decorated with roses and leaves in bold relief, surmounted by a pair of cherubs, 18 cm high 4) Condition Report Jug - tiny chip to base Plate - surface scratches and rubbed gilt edge Some petal/leaf loss.

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