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The figure "Infant Pagoda" was created around 1750 and is attributed to Johann Joachim Kaendler for its stylistic form, because so much sophistication in detail is typical for this gifted artist: the indicated forward movement, the folds of the skirt, the sunken gaze of the child and the quiet nodding head as in real walking. The elegant Indian painting on the robe, the delicate leaf and the fine brush strokes in the child's face complete this gem of Baroque porcelain art. Limited to 75 pieces.