A Vienna porcelain model of two putti as an allegory of mathematics

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A Vienna porcelain model of two putti as an allegory of mathematics

Depicting two conversing putti with a book and a scroll inscribed with goods and numbers on a tall rocaille base with a crooked tree. Blue bindenschild mark, 17 in purple. Yellowed restorations to the leaves and to one arm and one leg of the putto. H 26.5 cm.
Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, circa 1755.

Provenance

Private collection, Palatinate, acquired from Bednarczyk in Vienna in 1970.

Literature

Cf. also: Ahrens, Sammlung Faltus. Wiener Porzellanfiguren des Rokoko, Vienna 2017, p. 136, inv. no. 325.

Lot 49 Dα

Estimate:
1.000 € - 1.500 €

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