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Ludwigsburg porcelain group, Johann Christoph Haselmeyer, c. 1770.


Ludwigsburg porcelain group, modelled by Johann Christoph Haselmeyer, c. 1770. A courting couple, dressed in 18th Century costume, seated upon rocks, before an elaborate rococo scroll architectural feature, edged in gilt.
The boy holds a pipe, whilst attempting caress the girl, who attempts to avoid his advance. She holds a small knife in her right hand, which she has used to gather the bunches of grapes, which she has collected in a basket.
Finely modelled, and detailed in pastel shades.

Underglaze blue crowned interlaced ‘C’s monogram to the base.

Height – 15.5 cm, 6 1/8”.

Width – 17.3 cm, 6 3/4”.

Depth – 10.3 cm, 4 1/8”.

Condition – Typical repair and chips to fingers, to pipe, bow on girls left shoe, commensurate with the age of the group. Overall, in excellent condition.