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Father & Child on Pony Early Dresser Box #135-04

Status: Available Price: $275.00
Description:
What can one say of the lovely scene of father and child presented in this wonderous, early dresser or trinket box. Daughter and father are gazing at each other adoringly, most likely he has just given her the pony for a special occasion and is cautiously holding her and the rein so that she doesn't fall off. Sitting side-saddle with her small exposed legs forward, she is the epitomy of the loved child. Gorgeous execution with much detailing, this piece demonstrates the talented German artists of the era. Made in Germany, c. 1860, this very early piece is a treasure to behold. Highly colorful. Very early pressed glazed porcelain. Beautiful condition with no breaks or repairs. No markings. 3 1/8" high, 3 1/4" long. Also pictured with the 3 ladies dresser box, which is sold separately. From my personal collection.

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