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    Posted 1 year ago

    lundy
    (280 items)

    hi collectors was wondering if anyone could tell me what this Mark meant I looked it up and I couldn't find anything about it or what the figure is thank you very much collectors

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    1. Vynil33rpm Vynil33rpm, 1 year ago
      I don’t know of the mark of the dwarf
      But watch out when they come back to life
    2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 1 year ago
      It is an Italian mark : Ginori. Great find.
    3. vetraio50 vetraio50, 1 year ago
      I found one similar but more colourful on the net by searching “gnomo Ginori “.
    4. vetraio50 vetraio50, 1 year ago
      Another search term is “Caramogi” the plural of “Caramogio” an Italian form of ‘grotesque’.
    5. IVAN49 IVAN49, 1 year ago
      NOT an authentic 19th century Ginori. Never judge porcelain by marks only, they should be in harmony with the entire piece and this is way far from Ginori quality; look at the hat and unfinished brush strokes.
    6. lundy lundy, 1 year ago
      Well thank you very much for the comments vitra 50 and Ivan I will look it up thank you so much
    7. lundy lundy, 1 year ago
      Hello I just looked around I couldn't find much
    8. vetraio50 vetraio50, 1 year ago
      One site mentions that : “ These small figures inspired from a series of drawings by Jacques Callot’s entitled, “Grosteque Dwarves” dating back to 1616. .....
      With a cobalt blue Doccia Ginori mark on the underside, a G under the Crown of Naples, stand on circular bases and date back to late 19th century.
      According to historical facts, the figures were actually real-life dwarves who were hired to stand outside of the Royal courts, wearing advertisements.”

      I wonder what a light wash might do. I take Ivan’s point about the colors.
    9. lundy lundy, 1 year ago
      Vetraio thank you so much
    10. lundy lundy, 1 year ago
      I'll try to do some searching later couldn't find anything yet thank you again so much
    11. lundy lundy, 1 year ago
      Hi vetr 50 no luck yet ty

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