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Model by Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706-1775), between December 1765 and February 1766, commissioned by Prince Xaver of Saxony-Poland and his wife on the occassion of the saint‘s day of the prince
Manufacture and decoration, Meissen, 1766
Underglaze blue crossed swords mark
H. 37.5 cm (14.57 in.)
Johann Joachim Kaendler mentionned the group in his work reports for December 1765, January and February 1766 (cf. Ulrich Pietsch, Die Arbeitsberichte des Meissener Porzellanmodelleurs Johann Joachim Kaendler 1706-1775, Leipzig, 2002, p. 152-154)
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