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Unknown Maker - Art Nouveau Figural Porcelain of Two Playful Maidens

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Art Nouveau3004 of 3126Eugene Baudin Vase with Bronze Base Attributed to Hector GuimardSecessionist Style Tooled Leather Photo Frame
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Posted 7 years ago

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A nicely rendered Art Nouveau figural porcelain piece depicting two girls in a playful mood (or one assisting the other up from a sitting position). Dimensions: 14"(H) x 14"(W).

The bottom of this Art Nouveau ceramic has an impressed mark that looks to be either a Lambda or "V" within a triangular depression and the number "4592" (see last picture). I'm suspect that this is a German, Bohemian and/or Austrian porcelain (I guess it could be French, as well), but the mark is unknown to me.

Any attribution information regarding a possible designer, manufacturer, or period retailer for this piece would be most appreciated.

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  1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 7 years ago
    What a stunner! Amphora? Reissner, Stellmacher & Kessel?
  2. cogito cogito, 7 years ago
    I wish I knew! The mark is completely unknown to me, and I haven't had much luck in my research finding a match.
  3. lundy lundy, 7 years ago
    hi vestas thats a nice peice wish i cld help you

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