CUPID. PORCELAIN. POSSIBLY MEISSEN, 19TH CENTURY.

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Reference: ZF0910

Cupid. Enameled porcelain. Possibly Meissen, 19th century. With sticker on the base. Presents restorations. Porcelain figure that has an oval and golden base on which Cupid is presented reclining, characterized as usual by his wings, his bow and his quiver with arrows. In addition, he carries a torch and appears with a garland of leaves. The piece presents strong similarities with figures found on Meissen clocks, dated to the 19th century. VL Veneziani was a store with its main headquarters on Rome's Via Frattina (and another business on Via Gregoriana) specialized in selling antique and antique-style paintings, furniture and porcelain. Works related to this trade are preserved in several private collections and the Fondazione Federico Zeri of the Università di Bologna.

· Size: 19x13x20 cms. s/base: 19x12x17 cms

500,00 €


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